Traveling is a major asset to everyone’s life. People travel to rediscover themselves, meet new people, find answers to questions they ask, discover new places and new cultures, and broaden their horizons. And this list could be spread over lines and lines.
The fact is that traveling allows you to experience new things, find yourself in situations you have never experienced before, and will help you broaden your culture.
The main reasons to go on a trip.
Traveling helps you broaden your horizons, but also improves your understanding of others and yourself, in ways you never imagined before. It pushes you to face unexpected events and situations or to have conversations in a language that you don’t even speak. These situations are real challenges that you have no choice but to face.
Along the way, the strangers you meet will surely become your friends. You will discover new cultures. You get to learn different languages and experience various kinds of flavors.
You may have no idea what makes up the dish in front of you, but you will know that it is delicious. Traveling is about learning, and that’s what makes the experience exciting
You learn that the journey is only serendipity and synchronicity.
Serendipity is the filling of a personal and pleasant need, which we did not even know existed. Synchronicity is the fact of seeing events being linked coincidently by meaning and not by origin. These events magically neutralize certain situations that allow us to access some of our earnest desires.
During your journeys, have you never had such feelings and such stories to tell: “quite by chance, we happened to meet such a person, who led us to such a place, and luckily we found such a person.”
Serendipity and synchronicity, the hazards of travel and life that make you appreciate your trip more. Above all, it makes you philosophize about the meaning of travel and life.
Finally, you realize how much life is a gift from heaven.
Life is a beautiful journey. You already know it, but when you have the opportunity to travel around the world, every day makes you even more grateful for the existence you lead, the people you meet, and these wonderful shared moments. Everything seems more energetic and more exhilarating.
Travel is, for most of us, an opportunity to realize our dreams. In society, we live in a bubble in our comfort zone. To dig out to the world and to travel is to take the risk to change your life and to understand that in the end, you did not live that much. Prefer to live on “I’m glad I did” rather than “if only I had.”