Notice those things that make up the magnificence of the real you.

“Let him who would move the world 
first move himself.”
Socrates 

“Let him who would move the world first move himself.”
Socrates 

Path
Explore

Explore yourself because the path to self-discovery and happiness is not the result of looking in but actively participating out there.

To know yourself you need to share and explore your emotions and your actions, in action, in the bustle of real life. Of practicing behaviors, challenging your beliefs and humoring your reactions. You feel the zest and happiness of life when whatever you express comes from the heart. When you explore, you listen, share, and notice those things that make up the magnificence of the real you.

“Know thy self,” said Socrates, “for an unexamined life is not worth living.”

Path
Explore

Explore yourself because the path to self-discovery and happiness is not the result of looking in but actively participating out there.

To know yourself you need to share and explore your emotions and your actions, in action, in the bustle of real life. Of practicing behaviors, challenging your beliefs and humoring your reactions. You feel the zest and happiness of life when whatever you express comes from the heart. When you explore, you listen, share, and notice those things that make up the magnificence of the real you.

“Know thy self,” said Socrates, “for an unexamined life is not worth living.”

The Tales you experience explore the real you and are for the more daring.

Wisdom is transformed into experiences that immerse you into the heart of the journey to self-discovery and happiness. These Tales of Wisdom take courage.  They are intended to make you reveal personal stories, be spontaneous and loud, silly and wise, and bond with complete strangers. You will explore and wander through the lace-like shores and mountainous villages, and as you stride between the narrow turns and open squares of Greece, you will mysteriously free those belly deep croaks of laughter that were long overdue.

“The first and best victory is to conquer self.
To be conquered by self is, of all things, the most
shameful and vile.” Aristotle 

explore happiness drawing boat sunset
explore happiness drawing boat sunset

The Tales you experience explore the real you and are for the more daring.

Wisdom is transformed into experiences that immerse you into the heart of the journey to self-discovery and happiness. These Tales of Wisdom take courage.  They are intended to make you reveal personal stories, be spontaneous and loud, silly and wise, and bond with complete strangers. You will explore and wander through the lace-like shores and mountainous villages, and as you stride between the narrow turns and open squares of Greece, you will mysteriously free those belly deep croaks of laughter that were long overdue.

“The first and best victory is to conquer self. To be conquered by self is, of all things, the most shameful and vile.” Aristotle 

With Sophia’s Best authentic experiences, you will discover a sense of realness that is liberating. The freedom to find yourself when you go beyond the expectations and beliefs that force themselves on you and bind your true potential; the real you.

“To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.” Aristotle

With Sophia’s Best authentic experiences, you will discover a sense of realness that is liberating. The freedom to find yourself when you go beyond the expectations and beliefs that force themselves on you and bind your true potential; the real you.

“To know thyself is the beginning of wisdom.” Aristotle

WALK THE PATH & EXPLORE
Pick a Tale from our collection! Personalize the setting
to your unique desires and of course your budget.
Immerse yourself in your personal journey to happiness!

WALK THE PATH & EXPLORE
Pick a Tale from our collection! Personalize the setting to your unique desires and of course your budget. Immerse yourself in your personal journey to happiness!

explore happiness drawing paleopolio

“I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victor
is over self.”
Aristotle

explore happiness drawing paleopolio

“I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victor is over self.”
Aristotle

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