The Road is My Guide

Arrival is an event to be delayed as long as possible. To arrive is to end the journey. That period between departure and arrival, when the days blur together and time becomes plastic, is the opiate. It’s what keeps us going. For the true traveler, life is a series of consecutive journeys, one leading into the next, culminating in that most final of arrivals. And for all we know, that might just be the beginning of yet another eternal series of journeys…

The traveler flows with life, swept along by Taoist currents. To be stagnant in one’s life, to stop learning and changing and tempering one’s character, is to die a smothering death.

All of life is change and movement. Stagnancy is death. Even the rocks of the earth know this. There are many paces of change.

 

 

 

Comments

  1. lorenzodamarith says

    hello,
    coach murdock, not sure if you have such opportunities, but when traveling, it used to be fun to get sidetracked. sometimes, would look for a reason to get sidetracked. this insured that the destination couldn’t actually be reached.
    makes for some strange days!
    thanks

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