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While there isn’t just one answer to explain all of the above, an American travaler comes close to solving this mystery. Jedidiah Jenkins is an American who quit his job and biked all the way from Oregon to the southern tip of South America. His best friend, filmmaker Kenny Laubbacher, joined him for a leg of his journey and made a short film about it. This film not only lets you in on the amazing trip Jedidiah embarked upon, but also summarizes his learnings from the life-changing journey. Jedidiah tells us what we might take years to figure out by ourselves and unfortunately, it might be too late by then. So, brace yourselves and check out this short film that might change your outlook towards life and give you a reason to take-off on that long-waited journey.