After having tried for the very first time, they find themselves genuinely keen on doing it. They cannot stop dreaming about new destinations and craving for an unknown. Can any travel addiction be good for anybody at all? Have you ever thought about gaining health by getting addicted to anything? It is very counterintuitive but yes, we can, indeed, profit from some addictions.
HOW IS IT ACTUALLY POSSIBLE?
I would guess that everybody has heard that a healthy lifestyle contributes to the general condition of our body. There are many habits that can successfully improve quality of our live, when applied to every-day reality. It can be any wholesome food, exercise or mental well-being but there is something more, something not coming instantly to your mind but having undeniably a beneficial impact – it is the meaningful travelling.
LEARNING NEW THINGS IS AN INTEGRAL PART OF WHOLESOME LIFE.
Visiting new places and cultures end up providing us with understanding of the world how it is, not as it is stated to be by somebody else. You see with your own eyes. You feel, absorb, experience and evolve and last but not least – you keep developing yourself, leaving the limitations behind. Travelling shapes your personality.
YOU MAY NOT EVEN REALISE BUT ONCE ON THE ROAD, YOUR PERSONALITY IS UNDERGOING A SURGERY.
Every traveller encounters some differences, incidents and challenges on his way and it is something nobody can avoid happening. Although you can find it inconvenient, you are gaining priceless experience and bravery and we do reassure you that, in long term, it is illuminating and enriching.
FILLING THE GAP.
Anybody who is in the search of the meaning of life or just has plenty of time to spend and does not have an idea how do it efficiently can benefit from travelling. It is not only about the adventure and excitement but getting into yourself deep enough to find out what genuinely makes sense to you. This way there will be no room for any sense of nothingness any more as nothing brings us to our senses so tellingly as confrontation with ourselves being out of the comfort zone. Feeling like filling your life with purpose? Let’s become a nomaddict!
by Monika Lewicka