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The Benefits Of Travelling The World

  1. frogdropping profile image83
    frogdroppingposted 8 years ago

    The Benefits Of Travelling The World

  2. gramsmith profile image61
    gramsmithposted 8 years ago

    Traveling helps to enrich our lives. It increases our knowledge and widens our perspective.Traveling provides tremendous opportunities for fun, adventure and discovery. When we visit places in other countries, we gain a better understanding of the people living there. We learn their cultures, history and background. We discover the similarities they have with us, as well as their differences from us. It is interesting to learn from people with diverse backgrounds.

    Travel gives us the opportunity to silence the mind. Silence, which has been grossly underrated by modern society, creates a nourishing environment for contemplation and the appearance of inspiration. Yet, we find it extremely challenging to silence the mind in the midst of our everyday routine. This is where stepping outside of our comfort zone and exploring unfamiliar lands can play a very important part.Finally we can say travel gives us lots of new things to enhance our knowledge.

  3. Smaridge01 profile image78
    Smaridge01posted 7 years ago

    Travelling the world will open your eyes and dispel misconceptions you may have about other countries and peoples and how they live.

    It's wonderful to realize that the world is full people who are, at the same time, so different and so much like yourself. It's a great way to come to appreciate things about your own home as well as look at other things more realistically. 

    It's a good way to realize that there really isn't one best place or country in the world, but that we are all one big family, of humans, making the best life we can wherever we live.

  4. smelloftruth profile image60
    smelloftruthposted 7 years ago

    You got plenty to tell first hand experience to children and grandchildren when you're old.

  5. HotUrban profile image67
    HotUrbanposted 7 years ago

    Experience new cultures, learn from others, have adventures, meet new people, do things you never thought you would, learn about things you never knew existed, open your mind, learn patience, have a laugh, grow as a person, make you appreciate what really matters in life...

    The list is endless. If everyone travelled at least once in there lifetime I have no doubt the world would be a better place

 
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