…Travel can be a precarious journey. We go to see and experience, but all too often only see the new place in terms of where we came from. Solomon expressly seeks to avoid this error by looking at the now and the ahead, not the road behind. That provides a much clearer picture of what he sees and hears, unfiltered by expectations or desires.
I came to believe this is far more than notes of a traveler. This was a search for what makes the world what it is. As global as much of life is today, the differences in this world stand obtusely angular to the potential for a world united.
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