I hear people say “it’s the journey, not the destination” all the time. Then when I say I don’t fly but get more value that I did from flying, they say, “Oh, I couldn’t do that.”
What happened to the journey being more valuable than the destination? I concluded they were just talking and hadn’t thought through what the journey means.
Sadly, if they did stop flying, they’d find more rewards than they expected
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