Everything we need in life, we already have. Within us. That's what I think, anyway. During my time in Tanzania, I was blessed to be taken to the village of the Maasai people. They are, without a doubt, some of the most beautiful, welcoming, open-minded and wonderfully spiritual people I have ever met. Tall, slender, delicate.... yet strong and athletic. But, if you ask me, it's their hearts which are most beautiful. Within just minutes of my arrival, the children rushed over to take my hands and help me unpack. They stood there as we built our tent, ready to help and offer their expertise -- I needed it -- they are incredibly resourceful. Imagine if we were all willing to welcome one another in this kind of way. We're this way as children. Open to whatever lies ahead until we're told not to be. It's funny how much more we can gain and give the world when we open ourselves to all that surrounds us. Their ability to make use of the earth further ignites my passion to get back to basics. The love this tribe showed did not stem from a desire to gain my help nor aid, but rather from a pure form of care and intrigue in my culture; and I in theirs.