Camus said this beautiful thing: he said we don’t travel to stay safe. Instead, we travel to upend all of our world views, to upset everything we know, so that our souls will be refreshed with the new and the different. And why does that promote happiness? Because when we deepen our understanding of what it means to be alive, we find ease in our souls. It’s that simple. As my husband likes to say, we are all immigrants in each other’s lives, and we find richness when we look, listen and feel into other people’s stories. That’s what we do when we travel.
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