Lost on Purpose
Brandon Evans

You had something most people don’t have and it made all the difference in the world. You had the security of a good financial underpinning to support the journey. This luxury allowed you to choose a wanderlust path with minimal risk involved.

I wonder how this journey may have unfolded, or if it would have happened at all, without this form of security. At any rate, it creates an undertow of doubt with respect to the purity of the journey, insofar as you hadn’t really risked a sacrifice to the fundamentals of your past; you merely augmented it with a newly bought and paid for outlook.

And then created an app (you didn’t mention whether this is a completely free service or must likewise be bought and paid for)?

I see potential red flags. A sales pitch by any other name is still a sales pitch.

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