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I am a treasure hunter.
 

We travel every day hunting for clues, solving puzzles, entering mazes and trying to navigate our way towards the treasure island.

Sometimes we get lost, sometimes it takes a while to solve a puzzle to get our next clue. Naturally we can get frustrated, angry, upset and sad, but one thing is constant - this journey is an adventure. 

We count stars as we go. They are our guide and refuge. We also rest in inquiry and questioning. We fight the noise so we can win simple things in life. 

We are forever restless, but in a good kind of way. We embrace Kaizen, the constant change and we choose to improve continuously. The journey to simplifying and finding a connected way of living is not an easy one. It's an art form.

Through a dose of inspirations, the aim is to tune into our inner compass to start creating, observing, dreaming, exploring, romanticising and connecting to the truth, knowledge of self and the universe.
This world is My Bible, My Quran. Literature, Movies, Theatre are my source of air. People are my guides and mirrors. I connect the dots, create collages, draw connections. I'm an advocate. 

Here at ninety86 I share what I feel is beautiful. In all forms. I'm here to share what I paid attention to.

Seeking for moments which make us feel alive

In the end
you won’t be known
for the things you did,
or what you built,
or what you said.

You won’t even be known
for the love given
or the hearts saved,

because in the end you won’t be known.

You won’t be asked, by a vast creator full of light:
What did you do to be known?

You will be asked: Did you know it,
this place, this journey?

What there is to know can’t be written.
Something between the crispness of air
and the glint in her eye
and the texture of the orange peel.

What you’ll want a thousand years from now is this:
a memory that beats like a heart—
a travel memory, of what it was to walk here,
alive and warm and textured within.

Sweet brightness, aliveness, take-me-now-ness that is life.

You are here to pay attention. That is enough.

– Tara Mohr