The most dangerous worldview is the worldview of those who have not viewed the world.
- Alexander von Humboldt
Tdrihe Khan Khentii mountains stretched before us, from one end of the azure sky to the other.
Tegri, the Great Sky God, watched us with his infinite panorama. From here, I could see miles and miles into the distance. This was the “Forbidden Zone”, that unknown wilderness where Genghis Khan was born. As a child and then again much later on, he hunted here, his true home, on a horse, sheltered in a ger or under the blue sky.
All four fingers on my left hand squeeze the clutch as the heel of my right boot kicks the gearshift into first.
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