The “How To Guide” On Taking a Journey
Prepare to clear the air of all common misconceptions,
There is absolutely no need for overkill when plotting course and oddly enough all dots on the path need not connection.
As natural selection suggests great things can just, happen.
1.) Firstly, have a preconceived destination even if it’s exactly where you start,
Some people have circled the whole globe just to venture back to home; their true hearts.
2.) Do have a vehicle of transportation,
It’s absolutely necessary though the vehicle of choice itself is not.
All imaginations aside, I’d pride shoes if that’s the only vessel I could hop.
3.) Lastly, take in the view.
Experiences last a lifetime and like lifelines they just may be the only thing left to keep one’s perspective in the pipeline after we bid life adieu.
Place no limitations on height or mind,
Climb, rise beyond the first levels and look above the common placed commuter signs.
For example, stop signs do not apply to those who take roads of flight.
I wouldn’t necessarily call these rules, thus the reason we’ve lumped them into a guide,
Make marriage to adventure, take journey as your honest groom,
Allow excitement a place in your days and whisk down the isle of the unknown like a bride.
Hope will direct, even the rhetoric,
If all else fails the sun rises in the east and sets in the west,
If you cannot find north or south pick a time of day and place one on your left.
It’s even better to bring along similar minds sometimes,
Depending on your dedication to the destination,
Even modest affiliations can provide illumination in the darkest of dreary situations.
The message in the end is truly not what we have or even where we’re going but to remember to pack an open mind, love and to just take a chance and do it.
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