The woman walked around half the country, asking all passers-by one question: their answers will amaze youPictolic
60-year-old American Paula Francis (Paula Francis) overcame on foot more than 11 thousand kilometers from coast to coast, having visited almost all US states, and changed 14 pairs of shoes during this time. And all this in order to ask random passers-by a single question that worries her.
Which one? Read in our material.
Paula Francis is a member of the non-profit organization Gross National Happiness USA, which distributes the philosophical teachings of Bhutan. As part of her project Happiness Walk, the woman went around almost all the American states, asking everyone she met just one question: "What is the most important thing for you in life?".
While the world pays great attention to the material well-being of people, the organization Gross National Happiness USA is worried about their spiritual values. The main goal of Bhutan is to take care of maintaining the psychological well-being of its citizens, their health and a good standard of living. Inspired by this idea, Paula Francis joined the ranks of Gross National Happiness USA.
During her" Walk", Paula managed to interview a lot of people, and here are the answers to the question "What is the most important thing for you?" she heard:
Paula's route. The red line is the completed path, the blue line is the planned one.
Interviewing people, Paula walked 40 km a day and spent about 10 hours on it. She always had a tent and camping equipment with her, but sometimes the woman was invited to spend the night by local residents.
In the future, the woman plans to return to the route and continue her movement as part of the"Walk of Happiness".