“It is better to travel well than to arrive.”
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We can’t think of anyone with a better grasp on insight and basics than Buddha. While he lived somewhere between the 6th and 4th Century BCE, he knew a thing or two about travel. Even about modern-day travel, it would seem.
Sure, we’ve all heard that the journey is the destination – that’s where the real learning about yourself and the world is done. But learning how to travel, and travel well, is learning both art and science.
Traveling well ensures that you arrive ready to explore and enjoy your destination. Learn to travel well, and you’ll enjoy your arrival that much more.
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