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James Salter said, “Life is weather. Life is meals.” I don’t know why exactly, but it came to mind when I was reading this.

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Utterly brilliant!

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I think that it is simultaneously true that we'll never find what we're searching for, and that searching for what we want slowly becomes less important with time, and is replaced by just giving in to experience.

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this is incredible, liminal spaces, "Is my hand on the steering wheel?"

also — if inspiration strikes, of course — i would love to read more about your dislike of travel culture... i've had some of the same thoughts, and just haven't been able to put my finger on how / why / what makes me put-off yet still want to travel for different reasons?

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**how do you live with yourself when you know who you are?**

Holy shit. Yeah.

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Maybe what we're searching for changes just a few unknown days or months before we arrive, but by then, we've already convinced ourselves that there's something else worth searching for.

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I always look forward so much to reading you! Is like all the feelings I feel put into words I can’t quite express myself. Thank you!

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"...here’s what I was always looking for back when I had no words to describe the yearning."

wonderful, yes.

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I loved every single word of this. 💛

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