The more I travel and the more I realize that every moment I am being transformed from inside. Travel is a catalyst that brings about great changes in the way we think and perceive the world and the environment. The changes may seem almost imperceptible, but they are happening all the time.
Travel has worked a catalysis within me and transformed me into a romantic, a poet and a writer.
Here is a humble attempt to present a mosaic of words and pictures that try to describe what travel means and what it can do to any of us.
Travel is a window to the beautiful world outside, open the window and let the sunshine in.
Travel peels off layer after layer of your inner personality till at last the core is revealed, you discover yourself.
The colors of love and romance will drench you in their many splendoured hues as you travel the world.
You don’t need to travel to smile, but if you travel, you will definitely smile.
The world may be divided by religion, but there is one religion that binds the world together, travel.
Black or white, stripes or no stripes, this world is our home and let us all stay in peace and harmony.
I know no prayer, I know no God, but my heart wells up in gratitude and I want to thank whoever made this beautiful world.
Travel is one powerful medium that breaks down barriers and connects cultures and people. Here an example where Tourism/Travel is being used to bring people closer. Do check out this video:
Aziz Abu Sarah is a Palestinian activist with an unusual approach to peace-keeping: Be a tourist. The TED Fellow shows how simple interactions with people in different cultures can erode decades of hate. He starts with Palestinians visiting Israelis and moves beyond …
Travel has transformed me from within!
What do you feel about travel? Is it a passion with you? Do you see it as a type of meditation that takes you closer to your inner self? Has travel transformed you as a person from withing? Do let us know your thoughts through our comments section.
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