THREE (post-pandemic) QUOTATIONS ON TRAVEL

Hugo of St Victor (1096-1141)

Robert Louis Stevenson:

“To travel is better than to arrive.”

English poet, Ken Smith:

“…if I don’t take long journeys and meet different strangers I grow blunt and rusty, like a knife left out in the rain.”

Twelfth century mystical scholastic theologian Hugo of St Victor:

“The man who finds his homeland sweet is still a tender beginner. He to whom every soil is a native one is already strong. But he is perfect to whom the entire world is a foreign land.”

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