We’re Told Not to Travel

Great post about traveling and life in general. My favorite part is the last paragraph:

And when we come home from our travels, we love more. Because there’s nothing quite like travel to show you what you had before you left.

via We’re Told Not to Travel – danvineberg.com. Hat tip: @breezyskies

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Sappho, spelled (in the dialect spoken by the poet) Psappho, (born c. 610, Lesbos, Greece — died c. 570 BCE). A lyric poet greatly admired in all ages for the beauty of her writing style.

Her language contains elements from Aeolic vernacular and poetic tradition, with traces of epic vocabulary familiar to readers of Homer. She has the ability to judge critically her own ecstasies and grief, and her emotions lose nothing of their force by being recollected in tranquillity.

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