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Friday, March 12, 2010

Meaningful journeys (Turner)

No meaningful journey is ever quite what you thought it would be when you embarked on it—and it shouldn't be. Your physical departure, in other words, often is accompanied by a psychological and spiritual one as well, leaving you open to revelation, epiphanies large and small, surprise, and the revisitation of the past as offered by your encounters with the new in the present.
Frederick Turner, In the Land of Temple Caves

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