THE TARTAN EXPLORER
After surviving a suicide attempt in May 2015. I’m now cycling around the world, searching for the meaning of life on my own personal journey to happiness.
My journey will take me to over 80 countries on 6 different continents. Pedalling over 50,000 miles through Europe, Asia, Australia, Africa, South America and finally North America before returning to Scotland.
Leaving Scotland on May 26th 2016. The 1 year anniversary of my failed suicide attempt, as a symbol of hope for all those who feel suicidal or have battled with mental health issues.
A symbol that any life can be transformed, any life can be brought back from the brink to find true inner happiness.
I’m not a cyclist, but it is the scale of my challenge that I hope will inspire others.
Through openly and honestly sharing my journey to happiness, I hope to help and inspire others who feel suicidal and provide hope that after darkness comes light.
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