Sunday, March 27, 2011

A Pensive Pause

For everyone who's ever felt alone and far from home, or marveled at the sights of the world, or been 'ruined' by travel forever, or can't decide if deep down we're really all the same or so very different:

"I was full of that indescribable waking vision of the strangeness of life, and especially of the strangeness of locality; of how we find places and lose them; and see faces for a moment in a far-off land, and it is equally mysterious if we remember and mysterious if we forget." - G.K. Chesterton, What I Saw in America

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