I have been wondering what is it that drives wanderlust in us, and I would love to hear the opinion of fellow HEthians.
Since the past 2 years I’ve had a strong desire to travel, and I’ve also travelled a decent amount in my country(India). Now this roughly seems to coincide with the time when I start my “spiritual quest” too. Though I just took it as something natural, a part of me, I now wonder whether there is a spiritual aspect to wanderlust after all, or is it merely a pleasing escape from reality. I know it’s hard to generalize, but a discussion on this should be quite fruitful I believe.
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