Updated: Jul 20, 2021
On February 26, 2017, my Dad and I took on another adventure to Sabah, Malaysia with a team of veteran hikers. Though I was still at a very young age, I possessed the courage to climb a 4,095-meter mountain, the highest point I've been on Earth so far.
The trip was very similar to that of summiting Mt. Jade, but it required more effort because of a steeper trail. They weren't as smooth as I thought they would be. And that makes sense.
Even though I received my certification of completion at the end of this successful journey, I felt the urge to push myself to achieve more. It's not about the physicality, but rather the mentality that prevents me from challenging myself.