World Travel is not overrated, day 4, post 2

Hey y’all! What’s new with you?

So Mehak and I have been writing about reasons why globetrotting is better than you think it is πŸ˜› I’m going to just go on writing this time, without suggesting a pause, rewind and play, so that you’re up to speed.

REASON #13
BECAUSE, well, EDUCATION.
So far we’ve been asking you to live your nomadic dream, and writing in favor of personal growth. Sometimes though, that can cause a conflict between your mainstream life goals and your aspirations to break free. This reason, is sort of an integration of the mainstream, with the dream of being a travel junkie. You can even travel to a different part of the globe, to study. Education does, after all, play its role in making one a well rounded individual. While you’re slowly adding impressive universities to your Resume, you’re also adding vital experiences to your mind-scape, painting it with bright colors of experience, achievement of academic goals and a life changing dorm experience. Seriously, if you think you’ve got it all together, live in a dormitory setting for a month or three. Then see for yourself how different your priorities and world views are, and I mean this in every possible way you want to interpret it.

REASON #14
BECAUSE, every once in a while YOU NEED TO PUSH YOUR LIMITS
How often do you really push your limits? like really push them? I’m not saying this in terms of staying out past your curfew time or alcohol related limits. But in terms of tolerance and self control. You must be wondering, well why the hell would I ask that, and I’ll tell you why I asked, well if you’ve ever really commuted via public transport, you’ll know vaguely what I mean. There are people and situations, which can easily spiral out of control. It takes a patient person, or a seasoned traveler to deal with the situation in a suitable fashion. I’m rooting for the latter. Plan your next trip so as to deliberately sort of irritate yourself, and see if you can be calm like the Buddha, or will you be detained in a foreign prison. I may just have talked you out of your next trip with that last line, but it is a good thing to challenge yourself on a certain level when you take the next trip!

β€œI see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” – Rosalia de Castro

Need I say more?
I’m gonna push off now, OkayBye! πŸ™‚

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