Now is Kathmandu! I have finished guiding Ama Dablam expedition. Everybody is back and safe. It was deep learning experience yet again.

Altitude, lack of oxygen, long term stress induced by cold, certain discomfort and sheer magnitude of the mountain generates some edginess that is quite spectacular.

For me that means working on my addiction to praise/blame. Learning not to take things personally and be a leader. Dear leader that is! And the group turned out to bond and develop in the most spectacular, connected manner. Just waw…

Reading – Lifespan by Dr David A Sinclair. Fascinating

Body – I contracted bronchitis at Ama Dablam BC. So I could not summit. Healing…

Team is everything. Letting go is the key.

What I ponder – by William Blake

“Great things are done when men and mountains meet, this is not done by jostling in the street.