When I travel to a new place, the first day I often experience a sense of unsettledness, like something’s not quite right. This usually subsides after a night of sleep and I’ll finally feel like all of me has arrived.
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Do you know this experience when you get to a new place with your body, yet you feel somewhat unsettled and almost need to wait for the rest of you to arrive as well?
Today I’m musing about a proverb saying that you shouldn’t travel faster than by horse, and why it’s okay to take some time to settle in.
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