The Art of Traveling
When you pack your bags to explore the beauties of your own country or to travel around the world, consider these keys to a happy journey:
Travel lightly. You are not traveling for people to see you!
Travel slowly. Jet planes are for getting places not seeing places; take time to absorb the beauty and inspiration of a mountain or a cathedral.
Travel expectantly. Every place you visit is like a surprise package to be opened. Untie the strings with an expectation of high adventure.
Travel hopefully. “To travel hopefully,” wrote Robert Louis Stevenson, “is better than to arrive.”
~ Wilferd A. Peterson, The Art of Living (1961)