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Raline Shah admits that she has learned a lot from the climbing trip.
This was revealed by Raline Shah when talking with the presenter Daniel Mananta.
The moment was uploaded in a video on the Daniel Mananta Network YouTube channel.
“When I climbed Mount Kilimanjaro, it was a super spiritual journey because every day it rained,” said Raline Shah.
According to Raline, at that time the weather was not conducive to climbing.
In fact, several times the tour guide asked climbers to go down.
However, every time the group guide asked if there was someone intending to go down, Raline firmly refused. Raline was eager to get to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, even though she walked the slowest of the group.
“I never, I am the only person from beginning to end I don’t want to go down until I get there (at the top),” said Raline.
Despite the rain, Raline’s intention to get to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro did not diminish at all.
According to Raline Shah, she did not want to lose this valuable opportunity because she had come all the way from Indonesia.
“Because my country is so far away, there is no way I can go back to Africa to climb this mountain again. Even if I die, I will go up,” said Raline.
Before long, continued Raline, she remembered the message spoken by the local people. That person said that if she wanted to get to the top, Raline had to walk slowly.
He walked slowly until he finally reached the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. There, Raline seemed to get a message from God to be relax in living life.
According to her, whole aspects of life should be lived slowly and without haste. “Oh my God, this is like my life too. I just need to relax.
I just need to slow down, that’s His message,” said Raline.
Hope one day we see dear Raline here in Damavand. Dear Raline, we are sure your spiritual journey will continue and begins a new phase by visiting Iran. Damavand is same as Kilimanjaro in case of difficulty and there are lots of myths about this mysterious mountain.