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Thursday, 13 February 2014

Wander Away

The gentle waves at a beach in Japan teach us that there are bad times.
But good times are just around the corner.
Travel has been an escape for me. For long, I believed that escapism only existed in stories. But now I know that it is true. When I travel, I get disconnected with the reality and the real world. I can be whoever and
whatever I want to be. It gives me hope, makes me optimistic that my life is actually in my hands and is certain, happy and an unpredictable adventure at the same time.


Wouldn't it be nice, if you reached a place where you always wanted to be. Where you always wanted to go? Far, far away from people shouting like pterodactyls. Far away from the commotion and noise. That place, where you can be happy by yourself and you don't need anything else to make you feel good.


Embrace the Storm
You are at peace and your mind and soul find solace in the silence of the woods, the depths of the ocean or up with the clouds. That place, so beautiful and pristine. It is so full of optimism, energy and good vibes that you don't feel exhausted. All that you want is achieved with ease. It calms and soothes you so that you don't feel like you've been working for an eternity and another eternity's work is still left to be completed. That place will take away all your fears and insecurities.
All the pains of the past will be forgotten.

Travel, so that you may find answers to your questions. Travel so that your soul may be liberated.



Travel as often as you can. As far as you can. As long as you can. Because life isn't meant to be lived in one place.


Love and Peace,
Raghuvanshi









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