Let's start the topic with a meaningful quotation,
“Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost“ - J.R.R Tolkien.
By now, you might (or should) have understood the topic I am about to blog about (or is it?)
Traveling, in a sense, is the core of our evolution. But do you know enough about traveling?
Let's start with the basics: WHAT, WHY & HOW FAR?
WHAT IS TRAVEL?
Moving from one place to another—that's not it, right?—through means of transportation—is it enough though?—with a definite or an indefinite roadmap—hmm, we are reaching somewhere—with some meaningful experience in between—now it's got some meaning (pun intended).
How poetic! Next time you plan to travel, think twice whether you are traveling or roaming!
Jokes aside, I seriously want to know your travel plans/experiences. How can I know?—well, there's a comment section for this reason.
WHY DO WE TRAVEL?
A curiosity of what lies ahead—really?—A desire to explore—oh!—To get the adrenaline of learning something new—okay—for the adventurousness sense—I am not confused, are you?
Wow! I didn't realize traveling requires this serious energy.
Okay moving on—Nope, before we move on, have you shared your travel plans/experiences?—No! Go ahead and do it now!
Now moving on...I hope you have more energy to spare.
HOW FAR DID WE TRAVEL?
Some common answers include Paris, London, Rome, Tokyo, and the list goes on...
But where are these located? Yes, you know the answer!
But are we just limited to earth? Obviously no, we have our own natural satellite to count too.
We traveled to the moon in 1969. What else is awaiting? Our brother—No, Earth's brother.
We are all set to reach the MARS in the 2030s. Okay, what's next?
Well, there's a lot more left begging to be explored!
What are they?
Solar Interstellar Neighborhood
Milky Way Galaxy
Local Galactic Group
So, why are we here? What is the purpose of our lives?—seems like we got our next topic 😉.