No, life is not meaningless……….
Just about every time I hang out with someone my age (and often older), I hear the statement: “I want to travel the world.” That goes equally for people who have a career and a specific dream, as well as those who don’t have one particular aspiration. The commonality between these two groups of people is that they never do travel the world ——why?? Because of fear, because of the need for ‘security’. As I am now in the 9th country on my around the world travels, I want to make you realise that travel, world travel, globe-trotting, whatever you want to call it, is not as hard as people make it out to be. In fact NOTHING is as hard as people make it out to be, as soon as you let go of the fear!
If there’s a single lesson I’ve learned travelling, and I’ve travelled a good amount for someone my age (and am still travelling), is that it’s really important to have a reason for traveling.That may sound like hearsay to some, but after a while of “just traveling” and seeing all the tourist sites and going to the beaches, and then going back to work waiting for it happen again, you’ll definitely be craving something more. Adventure is that “more” part. And that’s why I recommend one main, underlying purpose to your travels.