Travel with curiosity. It is not how far you go, but how deeply you go that mines the gold of experience.
Travel slowly. Jet planes are for getting places, not seeing places. Take time to absorb the beauty and inspiration of a mountain or cathedral.
Travel expectantly. Every place you visit is like a surpise package to be opened. Untie the strings with an expectation of high adventure.
Travel fearlessly. Banish worry and timidity; the world and its people belong to you just as you belong to the world.
Excerpt from 'The Art of Living', 1961.