It is not about the destination, it is all about the Journey..

It is not about the destination, it is all about the Journey. Everyone has they own dreams, and every dream are subjected to each mind. We can reach our dreams alone, or we can reach our dreams together as a team.

Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008) and Tenzing Norgay (1915-1986) are the first and second man that reach the very top of the mountain Everest. On May 1953 They joined John Hunt’s Expedition totalled over 400 people including 362 porters, twenty sherpa guides and 10,000 lbs of baggage. Hillary is an Australian and Norgay is a Nepalese.

Edmund Hillary and Tenzig Norgay

Edmund Hillary joined in Everest reconnaissance expeditions in 1951 and again in 1952. These exploits brought Hillary to the attention of Sir John Hunt, leader of an expedition sponsored by the Joint Himalayan Committee of the Alpine Club of Great Britain and the Royal Geographic Society to make the assault on Everest in 1953.

The expedition reached the South Peak on May, but all but two of the climbers who had come this far were forced to turn back by exhaustion at the high altitude. At last, Hillary and Tenzing Norgay, a native Nepalese climber who had participated in five previous Everest trips, were the only members of the party able to make the final assault on the summit. At 11:30 on the morning of May 29, 1953, Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached the summit, 29,028 feet above sea level, the highest spot on earth. As remarkable as the feat of reaching the summit was the treacherous climb back down the peak.

Hillary and Norgay, shown that dreams can be reached together as a team. Just put your dreams in front your head, see it clearly every time, and share it with your partner.. An impossible thing can be something possible when you have faith.. And destination is only your tools for you to get many amazing experiences in your life.. Because your life is a process not an object..


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