Saturday, May 6, 2017

Wonder Lust

Tony Hiss poses a notion of “deep travel" in his article Wonderlust. He writes, “deep travel has a distinctive taste. It often surprises us, stealing over us unawares. But it can be sought out, chosen, practiced, remembered, returned to.”

Hiss mentions the need for wonder to bridge into deep travel.  

He writes, “You slow down, you may stop altogether. You’re lost. You’ve got to find, and soon, some way to proceed, and so your senses are wide open, for the time being, everything and everyone is a potential source of information.”

Today, take time for wonder lust.  

Notice the questions that arise from everything around you. 

All you have to do is move through the day with all your senses open to make the extraordinary appear for you. 

Bridge the spaces. 

Fly with your pen from your cage of ordinary.

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