…f you are wa…f you are watching, you may see opportunities to exercise bits and pieces that you’ve never tested. You may not always like what you find. But then, that’s part of the journey.
Julia E Hubbel
I love to travel — it’s true. I feel completely undone if I don’t wander. My Sagittarius nature at work? Who knows? But — the stimulation of the travel itself is what I seek. I have learned things about myself — I have learned to be brave — because I travel. All the things/situations/interactions I am not afraid of. For a Human with a nearly life-long anxiety disorder — that is HUGE. As you said as well — you find the similarities in all of Earth’s creatures and it becomes harder to tolerate bigotry. In any form. But the truest adventure comes in the days after — when you are home. When you realize your journey is still continuing. You are diving deep into your own soul. Traveling opens some sort of hidden door — you wander around your inner self more often and seek only what serves your higher self. I love this sentence. The truth of it is profound — for we take our Shadow selves with us always. It is always interesting when we meet them face to face and embrace them.