WHERE THE HELL IS JOHN D?
Points to Ponder:
Even change for the worse is preferable to no change at all. Tom Robbins.
My trip hasn't been about sightseeing (although I've done that) as much as just being somewhere
When I listen to a person denigrating others, I judge the speaker
. Let's hope everyone does.
A major source of misery is wanting things that contradict each other.
In the Vedas it's said, "Truth is One, but sages call it by many names."
Some of us prefer illusion to despair.
My first trip outside of Canada was in 1966. I had just started university. Four of us decided to take a winter-break to Florida so we piled into a car and headed south. Accommodation involved four big guys sleeping in the car or one renting a motel room and the others sneaking in. As we got to the southern states we noticed the segregated restaurants, we noticed the the "foreign" southern accents and they noticed ours. The old lady running a "mom 'n pops" hesitatingly admitted she never heard of Canada. I still remember seeing my first palm tree. In Miami Beach we needed a place to stay that we could afford. Certainly we could afford a room where-ever this fellow I saw pushing a shopping cart was staying. I talked to him and he took us there. It turned out to be a fair place where the land-lady had supplied a room out of charity to the fellow. He had some interesting stories of his early life. We had some interesting things happen on that trip and it planted a travel-seed that hasn't stopped growing.
The migratory instinct is older than humanity. Tom Robbins
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