Bangkok. Leaving Friends. Haggling Taxis.
Khongsittha Muay Thai Accommodation Tour.
The most difficult part of traveling lies in leaving the friends that you meet, in bringing an end to the memories that only you will remember the feeling of; knowing that although there is a chance, you may never see them again.
Over time I have adapted to this; being able to fully open myself, connecting with those I meet among my travels and creating the bonds that I know may soon be broken. I have been the one to leave, and I have been the one standing. . . waving goodbye as the taxi’s engine noise faded away in the distance.
Some see it as an emotionally sad ending, but it is important an important step in both of our lives as we learn from each other. Everyone that we meet, gifts us perspective in this world, even if we don’t agree with their vision or way of thinking, we can understand people at a deeper level. Leaving means that there is movement, it is a hard to bear, yet positive event.
The memories continue to build, they never leave us as my body reacts to where I am in this video. The place that began my journey of living in Thailand, making my Pro Debut on Super Muay Thai and what spired into the piece I called “The Reality of What it Took. The Pain of Winning.”
Lets blend some humor, some nostalgia, and take a tour of where I am staying at Khongsittha Muay Thai:
Seeing the world is something that many say they “wish” they had done.
Something they wish they could do.
Throughout this journey I have met those who quit their jobs. . .
Who made the decision to travel after obtaining Master Degrees in prestigious schools. . .
To leave everything that would ultimately amount to nothing. . .
to pursue passion and fulfillment. . .
Those who left relationships lasting all the way from a few months to 12 years. . .
Those who sold their house. . .
Those who are 18 years old and who are 60 years young. . .
Those who had every excuse, those who had no means of making it happen, but those who made it happen regardless of the circumstances. . .
Those who had everything, but did nothing, and those who had nothing, but created a newly paved path. . .
That is my aim. That is The Limitless Project.
Paul Banasiak is a Professional Muay Thai fighter/addict, 9x champion, trainer, and fitness professional currently living, training, and fighting in Thailand. After leaving medical school without looking back, he decided to fully follow his passion of helping others become the best version of themselves, creating MuayThaiAthlete.com. A website for those who are already passionate individuals that want to take their life, mindset & training to the next level.
Today we begin forging our bodies and
strengthening our limitless minds.
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