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Today’s Travel Quote of the Week comes from American essayist, Agnes Repplier (1855-1950). It is appealing for the positivity that it attributes to the desire to see the world. If we weren’t hopeful about the future, about what we will encounter as we venture forth, about the people that we will meet, what would be the point?
I agree that the urge to travel is inherently hopeful. Before heading off on any trip, I have many dreams that I hope will be fulfilled: to meet interesting people, to learn about another culture, to discover culinary traditions, to see my home and the world from a different perspective.
What do you think? Is your passion for travel a hopeful symptom?
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