The Journey

“It is the journey, not the destination.” This saying makes a lot of sense, though it does down play the relevance of the destination. We feel movement more than we feel where we are. We feel the transition more than the result. This is why conditioning is effective, good or bad. A slow enough transition will go unnoticed no matter what the result is. People are waking up at a growing rate because the transition is speeding up. We feel the wind heavier as this ride picks up speed. A question becomes more and more relevant; where are we headed so fast and for what result?

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  1. If always in transition; what might a nomadic wayfarer have over a tourist to life, where destination is unimportant, but for to set out in a direction to see, experience, and live in a variable transient state of the heart over mind?

    • Great question with the answer contained within! Thank you for the response and addition to this piece!

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