The End of Chapter 1: Part 2

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Boom! Thunder opens the sky and the first rain in months come pouring down. This has been a long awaited phenomena and it feels GOOD!

It’s a breath of fresh air, a cool breeze, and all the pressure is gone. As they say in many places around the world, AAAAAaaaaaahhhhhhh!

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

Last weekend Finland held it’s very first StrEAT food conference and festival in Helsinki. Congratulations! We heard it was great.

We were asked to participate in StrEAT Helsinki as guest speakers, but unfortunately we are here, not there, so we made a video that kicked off the conference. If you’re interested in seeing it click the link at the end.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

We were also asked to participate in the British Street Food Awards that will be held in September and god dang it we’re going to drive there and show them something they’ve never seen before!

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

So many other good things have been happening here and there but we don’t want to ramble on too long because in the last blog we promised, that we are going to start the great, long-awaited tuk tuk unveiling process.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

But to tease a little, we like to take things slowly. We find it nice to go forward in a reasonably mellow pace so that we don’t get too scared of whats about to happen. I mean safety first, come on.

We all know that sometimes we get a little excited and that unfocused energy comes out too quick. These are the times when we are hasty with things, and it might seem like we don’t quite realise what we are doing. But rest assured, we really don’t know. But we like it that way.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

Thats why we chose the tuk tuk. It’s not too fast, but its not too slow either. It goes forward at the perfect pace. We don’t always have to get there fast because there’s a lot of great thing that happen between now, and the finish line, and in any case, there’s nothing better than knowing that there is a present, a little bit of mystery, waiting to be opened.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

Being faced with the unknown is the best part of life.

Right now we are all faced with the unknown. None of us have seen the tuk tuk with the final modifications yet, not even us. Today we see it for the first time but still not with everything. So we are also waiting anxiously.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

As a masculine person, I am drawn towards the unknown because it is exciting, it is life giving, and it makes everything possible.

The unknown creates all the possibilities. It is the infamous Schrödinger’s Cat. Before you look and see what it is, it can be anything and everything.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

So to stay in the quantum world as long as possible, we wait as long as we can before revealing the unknown, even to ourselves. Trying to reveal things always at the opportune moment.

But there always comes the time where the unknown becomes the known. It is inevitable. This moment is where one adventure ends, and another one begins. It is called death.

So it is time to be reborn.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

It is time for a new adventure, within this same adventure. I love life in this fact that so many things are continuously beginning and ending and intertwining and linking. Life is like water that envelopes everything and everyone, and helps them float along with ease. In the long run, nothing can stop water, therefore nothing can stop us.

 

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

Photo: Pyry Kääriä

 

And if you want to see the tuk tuk in full, but still without the final modifications. Watch our video for the StrEAT Helsinki Conference.

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