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“For the Traveler” – A Sunday Travel Poem by John O’Donohue
It can be said that science and poetry share the common purpose of revealing profound truths about the universe and our place in it. The colleague to whom Dirac was grumbling, J. Robert Oppenheimer, was a lover of poetry who dabbled in it himself — as did, it turns out, quite a few great physicists, past and present. Physicists have often turned to poetry to express ideas for which there are no equations. Considering his reported distaste for poetry, it seems Dirac may have committed a few lines to verse. A four-line poem credited to Dirac laments the belief that, once past the age of 30, physicists have already passed their peak intellectual years. Rankine penned poetry requiring only a rudimentary understanding of algebra and a peculiar understanding of love.
The second you leave home it starts demanding that you tell its story. It tugs at your elbow. It turns into a daily pest. Snap photos! Post those views on Facebook! Jot things down!
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EXPLORATION. Goddess terrain: contoured curves ***** gently down to pale breast's pointing. Cleft soft thighs dividing pink downy peaches open to fern .
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Of learning who we are, what we believe and how it all fits together? When you travel, you find yourself Alone in a different way, More attentive now To the self you bring along,. It so casually points to one of the most amazing things about solo travel. I have written about this before; the idea recurs because it is so true and so important. When we are surrounded by family and friends, we are subject to their expectations of us. Our behavior, even our thoughts, are circumscribed by a desire for acceptance. Your forgotten or neglected wealth begins to reveal itself.