A Quote by J.R.R. Tolkien on little, far, and travel

Little by little, one travels far.

J.R.R. Tolkien (1892 - 1973)

Contributed by: Alexandra

A Quote by Mr. on path, journey, spirituality, mystery, travel, destination, arrival, and mr prophet


We each walk our own path. All paths lead to the same destination but different beings arrive at it at different times. Each path is like a mystery that unfolds as we travel it. The journey itself  is half the fun!

Mr. Prophet

Source: Book "The Path"

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by John P. Haines on travel, backpacking, independent travel, and simplicity

Independent travel does that, bringing temporarily together these wandering ships that would otherwise pass in the night. Relationships were mostly brief and sometimes downright fleeting. The barriers and masks of settled existence melted away, allowing strangers to become fast friends, if only for a day. We travellers needed that, having deliberately stepped away from the social safety net of family, school, work and community.

John Haines

Source: In Search of Simplicity: A True Story that Changes Lives, Pages: 68

Contributed by: John

A Quote by James A. Michener on travel and customs

If you reject the food, ignore the customs, fear the religion and avoid the people, you might better stay at home.


James Michener

Contributed by: Ruthie

A Quote by Anne Elizabeth Coleman on life, meaning of life, living, and travel

Life's about the journey, not a destination.

Anne Coleman

Source: My personal mantra on life

Contributed by: Annie

A Quote by Deborah Ames Haggerty on persistance, travel, and journey

Gather only what you need; travel lightly and keep moving forward....the journey will be more joyful with less baggage.

Deborah Haggerty

Contributed by: Deborah

A Quote by Mr. on two worlds, travel, spirit world, journey, life, life journey, friends, and mr prophet


We all travel in two worlds,  The human world and spirit world, with friends from both sides assisting us with our life's journey.

Mr. Prophet

Source: Book: "The Path"

Contributed by: Mr.

A Quote by Simon on time and travel

Time does not exist as we think of it today. 

Everything that ever was or ever will be has had, and will have energy. It is impossible to exist without energy.
Time does not have energy and therefore it does not exist. We may continue to measure the distance or the proximity of any event to any other event using any stated measurement of furtherance that we find acceptable.
 We can even call this distance or proximity Time but it is not a force of nature or a Law of the universe and is useless in mathematics.   Any and all scientific experiments that have ever been done in any subject can still be done and will have the same outcome with my statement applied.
All space and all matter and their relation to energy are not changed in any way or degree by removing the overlay of our false understanding of time.   Because time does not exist Timelessness does not exist, so time travel does not exist. 
One can theorize that it is possible to travel to a moment that has already happened or to one that has not happened yet and return but this theory would have nothing to do with time as it is thought of today.
   Thank you.

Simon Crowne

Contributed by: Simon

A Quote by unknown on travel, learning, life, and growth

There is only so much you can learn in one place... the more time that you wait, the more time that you waste...


Contributed by: Katalin

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