On Safari: A Metaphorical Journey

“We shall not cease from exploration and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.” – T.S. Eliot 


I mourn a young adulthood with glaring gaps where worldly travels and experiences are meant to be, but it only means I can indulge in such aspirations that much more later on. My journeys are only limited by my imagination and, truth be told, I’ve recently ventured into uncharted territories where my mind is as vast as the Sahara desert and ancient artifacts are intangible mysteries uncovered from my past. 


Like any explorer, curiosity and courage are the keys to discovery. What answers are you willing to seek? What beasts are you ready to face? And in some cases, what are you going to wear???  


As for me, this juncture in my expedition calls for a pith helmet and a string of animal charms that even Dora can appreciate. Onward, explorers! See you on the other side…


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