Just yesterday, Omar Samra was featured in five posts on Human’s of New York. For those who haven’t heard of him before, Samra is the man behind Wild Guanabana, and the first Egyptian to climb Mount Everest. He climbed the highest mountain of every continent; as his story unfolds however, we realize that Samra’s story on HONY is not about his accomplishments, but about an unfortunate event that took place in his life.

Check out his posts here:

“I’ve become much less goal oriented as I’ve grown older. I spent twelve years dreaming about climbing Mt. Everest. It…

Posted by Humans of New York on Tuesday, 31 March 2015

“My daughter helped me realize how harmful it can be to focus on outcomes. In Egypt, if something happens to the…

Posted by Humans of New York on Tuesday, 31 March 2015

“I still wear my ring. I never thought I’d get married. Before I met her, I’d always been about non-attachment and…

Posted by Humans of New York on Tuesday, 31 March 2015

“She was young and healthy and we were very relaxed about the birth. We were even discussing having a natural birth at…

Posted by Humans of New York on Tuesday, 31 March 2015

“The birth went fine. Teela was born early so they took her and put her behind glass under a blue light. For the next…

Posted by Humans of New York on Tuesday, 31 March 2015

 

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