One of the most inspiring essays for any would be traveller. Reading this will make you want to pack your bags and leave.

Are you stuck in cubicle nation?

Is your job and calling diverging apart?

Do you really want to work the 9 to 5 for the rest of your life?

Are you tired of hitting the daily grind everyday?

Do you feel under utilized at work?

Do you feel you should be contributing more to the world?

Is the unknown holding you back from seeing the world?

Are you lacking the financial resources to see the world?

Do you feel overwhelmed with complexity in your life?

Do you wish you could leave all your worries behind and immerse yourself in a different culture and language?

Do you really want to be the average of the five people you spend the most time with?

Do you feel like you are sleepwalking into your 30s, 40s, 50s, or even 60s?

What kind of life do you really want to lead?

If these questions sound rhetorical to you, I would now like you to read what I consider to be one of the most inspiring essays on why one should travel and always be seeking out their own answers. This essay is for those who would like to become their own intellectual adventurer.

http://www.withoutborders.com/free-articles/the-intellectual-adventurer/

It’s not so much the destiny but how and what you do in between that makes all the difference, and don’t forget what Mark Twain said –

“Don’t let school get in the way of your education”

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About 1D

I've been fermenting in Canberra OZ for awhile now... Like all public servants I'm battling the cubicle nation... This blog will share my personal journey in which I am preparing to get out of cubicle jail... Time to be your own architect...
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One Response to One of the most inspiring essays for any would be traveller. Reading this will make you want to pack your bags and leave.

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