Not all those who wander are lost.
~J. R. R. Tolkien, British writer and poet, excerpt from All That Is Gold Does Not Glitter
You never really know a place until you lose yourself there and need to find your way home again. It can be said, then, that you never truly know yourself and the right direction to take in life until you lose your way and need to find a new path back. When you wander, you have the opportunity to discover new things about yourself and your dreams. When you wander, you get a chance to see your world in a new light. When you wander, you unearth the most amazing discoveries that give rise to great change. For when you wander, you are not really lost. You are just opening another door in your heart to take a new look at your soul. To get out of a rut, it is sometimes important to lose yourself and wander—because there you free yourself from any labels that you have become associated with over the years. You free yourself to recharge your spirit only to return home again with a beautiful, new perspective, one that has you living this new day with a renewed hope and optimism. So, today, lose yourself and wander just a little in any way that you see fit. You never know who or what amazing things you will find. For you are never really lost as long as you are a work in progress using each opportunity to create a life inspired by so many new and wonderful things.
Magical Key to Bliss: Wander into a good book, to a new place, or with good friends, and see what you discover!