I don't know, and I'm certainly not the best person to say how it is achieved. But I understand how it is not achieved.
It is not achieved by chasing goals and objectives imposed by something or someone other than our heart.
I understood that one does not become happy by reaching a goal that was not the result of our decision, the result of a deep well.
I understood that one does not become happy by reaching a goal that was not the result of our decision, even if this involved dedication, sacrifice, and perseverance.
I don't know what happiness is, but I know how sad it is to wake up at 27 and realize that you have given everything in an area that, despite everything, does not make us fall asleep with a smile.
I studied for 7 years, completing a law degree and a master's in euro-design, but what was the point? I don't ask myself what it is for in general, but what it is for me, my happiness, my dreams, and my life.
Simply because I have never been able until now to investigate my dreams deeply.
I don't know if Atlantica is my happiness. Still, I know that it made my heart vibrate every time I spoke to a merchant in the streets of Bali, every time my feet caressed the sand that laps the ocean, every time that I was able to intertwine my life with a culture unknown to me, every time I let myself be lulled by sunset in a hidden corner of the world, every time I closed my eyes dreaming intensely of the next destination in which I would have merged my creativity with the soul of a place.
I don't know if Atlantica is my happiness, but I know it is an excellent opportunity to achieve it.
On the other hand, travel is an opportunity. A chance to be seized in its uniqueness, just like Atlantica.
Atlantica is my opportunity to achieve happiness.