World Traveler

Travel is one of the most exciting words in the dictionary. It can lead to adventure, challenge, change, family, friends, escape, discovery and so much more. For some these words initiate fear, for others pleasure. It’s origins were instinctively related to pain and anguish in the 1400’s, but as travel has become easier with today’s technology, the globe has become smaller and the incentives to travel more rewarding. Today travel means seeing, tasting and experiencing other cultures, so as to educate and stimulate the mind. I never thought it would be possible to live in one city, work in an other and date someone in neither of the two. A world traveller is one minute here, the next gone, unable to sit still for fear of boredom because the world is their oyster and there is still much to discover.  “There’s a big difference between simply being a tourist and being a true world traveler,” ~ Michael Kasum.

2 thoughts on “World Traveler

  1. Unspoken truth….
    racism comes from fear , fear of not relating understanding…it is from our ancient mind that partly still exist. There are religions I.e. Some come from the old testament that which states that not all men are created equal ( of course some ancient human wrote that) or some are more chosen than others( can’t believe any intelligent, educated even spiritual person would think that ) That would be a god with negative values a narcissistic or a racist god a fearing god…no wonder Miss Troubadour you conscious is being troubled ….Your god must come from love where his values are positive , magnanimous and loving…I wish our leaders such as parents, religious groups , government would have such as your values…perhaps the world would be a better place , would be an ideal place to live….

  2. The fact that an emphasis is placed in this
    house distinguishes you as a person who will make a difference of incredible measure, leaving a legacy long after you have left
    this dimension. Brain Wave Vibration, Ilchi Lee, 2008, ISBN 9781935127000.
    If we’re anxious about going to work, is it time for a change.

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