WHAT IS A TRIBE?
Broadly defined, a tribe is a community which has shared interests and provides support to its members. A tribe can include family members, but it is not limited to them. Friends, coworkers, neighbors, pets, and many others can comprise our own “tribes.” (My tribe includes a rescued miniature poodle who believes he’s human.)
WHY WE NEED A TRIBE
We are born wired for connection. When our ancestors roamed the land for food, moving in numbers was vital to safety and survival. Early settlers in the United States had to rely on each other to survive harsh weather and living conditions. However, as America prospered, our dependence on each other for survival diminished.
*Find a tribe. Love them hard.
One of my top priorities in 2019 is to make new like minded friends. I have 2 or 3 ‘go to friends’ that have known me for a long time.. They are in different states BUT no one who has chosen to for-go sticks and bricks. Or if we get right down to it even has a good understanding of what this lifestyle can provide one emotionally-mentally- physically and spiritually. I think that happens when you are actually doing this lifestyle over just reading or hearing about it.
I’m finding a new tribe.. friends as well as acquaintances as we pass through on our journey. Today many of us are going our separate ways. Caravans started in October.. venturing to Arizona for the Rubber Tramp Rendevous.. set up by https://cheaprvliving.com
We collectively say .. ‘see you on down the road..
I’m experiencing great joy meeting people from all walks of life, different backgrounds, and different ‘whys’ of choosing this mobile life over traditional living in one location. Check out this video to see and hear for yourself- RTR; friends from everywhere sharing a meal –
Today my wish for you is to enjoy and have a tribe of friends on the same page to go though life with.. some for a season, a reason or a lifetime.
smiles and joy,