In the ceaseless quest for meaning, we spend our lives searching—for success in our work, love and closeness in our families, and a destination when we travel. Yet, once we reach a destination, another journey begins, creating an endless cycle akin to racing towards an inevitable endpoint. It's as if we're striving to reach death while still alive. But isn't the journey itself an integral part of the destination?
The journey unfolds as the lesson, the reward, and ultimately, the destination.
“Stop leaving and you will arrive. Stop searching and you will see. Stop running away and you will be found.”