As you explore the outside world, you fundamentally explore your internal world. These two are inherently linked – what is outside is sourced from within. How you view the world and your perceptions of it arise from your beliefs and values, and by seeing and experiencing different points of view of the world you also change the core beliefs in yourself for the better. You become more understanding, more open and view things from a higher perspective. No longer do you sweat the small stuff as you understand there are others worse off than you, and that what you see as a stressful problem is really a non issue.
“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
There are over 7 billion people in the world and all of them have their own journey in life. When you go travelling you’re bound to meet new people – and some of them will be some of most interesting people you’ve ever met. You’ll learn, get ideas and build connections which will be very beneficial later in life. Wouldn’t it be great to have friends all over the world where you can go stay whenever you feel like leaving the country ? Who knows, you may even meet life long friends and even potential business partners.