Everest-the movie, my review

October 24, 2015
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It is the closest most people will never get to climbing mount Everest.

I am glad I was able to catch the last show.

Though the story line is a typical Hollywood plot, experiencing it into context of something so near to me, was a totally immersing experience. mainly it was due to the 3D experience.

I had read books, heard people who’d been close but knowing I’d never get even to base camp,I felt a bit sad. This movie made me feel close to experiencing being part of an expedition: the weird motivation to risk it all to have the memory of being on top of the world, the understandable bond between mountaineers, the current business of climbing, the uncertainty of existence, the treachiness of the landscape.

It helped me find answers to my current questions, “what next?”

I guess we all need to have our own Everest to climb. It’s just that our’s is less spectacular.

For me, I feel I reached the Everest camp base 3.

My Everest is to be yogi billionaire : retain my white aura and at the same time be a billionaire. Is that possible?

I don’t know.

The billionaire part is secondary to me. I’ll be happy to have reached this far. But I know the universe won’t let me stop.

I’m destined to reach the peak.