I detached myself from the group and went my own way. Standing alone in the snow, with 360 degrees views. I couldn't feel my fingers and toes anymore but all I could hear is my head was ''I don't care''. I remember thinking that I love meeting new people on hikes and learning about different perspectives on life and different opinions. I remember telling myself I am very intransigent for certain values, but I do change my view on things when I learn about it from others. I would therefore qualify myself as open minded and non-judgemental towards others. It can be very hard to open your mind when you've been living in the same town, with the same people your whole life. You know that things are done a specific way, people live the same way, do and think the same things, just like a box. It is in the human nature to categorize and rule our lives, it helps us assimilate our experiences and it gives us a sense of security. But when you travel, when you spend a whole day with someone that's not from your country, you realize that life isn't like in your little box.