Travel Fears? “Carpe-Diem”

Within the imaginations of everyone who’s creative ideas and thoughts are inspired or influenced by anything seen on television, read in a book or magazine, can become a reality.
MJL

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I was influenced by television shows like Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom, hosted by Marlin Perkins, National Geographic magazines and the used encyclopedias my mother bought. I remember the days of quickly skimming through the magazines looking at the pictures especially the National Geographics.

The destinations around the world I viewed intrigued, influenced, and inspired my ideas of travel based merely on my curiosity to explore and see the locations in person.

Family, friends and blog post subscribers view my photographs, read about my travel destinations, short stories along with the haikus I post are influenced and hopefully inspired.

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What I believe and know, is within everyone is the “courage” to do anything and I mean anything imagined, desired created within the mind of free thinking. But, it is fear, rooted deeply within the human spirit, and your soul denying you of everything especially the opportunity to travel.

If you dream freely of your desires but, fearful of the journey. I suggest and recommend looking at a mirror and search within your heart and soul to seize the day to make your dreams reality.

Dream of your courageous journey, to influence your reality.
MJL

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Carpe diem,
A phrase that comes from the Roman poet Horace means literally “Pluck the day,” though it’s usually translated as “Seize the day.” A free translation might be “Enjoy yourself while you have the chance.” For some people, Carpe diem serves as the closest thing to a philosophy of life as they’ll ever have

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