“We, humans, or at least those who believe in the legend of Adam and Eve, have to be grateful that Eve ate the Apple and made Adam ate it too… The Apple opened both of their minds, and it became a way for them to return to Eden. Life is all about how to control our minds, and how to make use of our limited knowledge…”
-Supernova – Akar, by Dee
Anyone who travels long and often enough would know that everything in (almost) every guide books is a world of dream where buses don’t break down and trains never late, where locals always smile and would always helps.
I think we all agree that almost on every travel, you have things you cannot control, and almost on every travel that something bad happens. Even if we know that, why we still step outside and keep traveling?
Maybe it’s because we always learn something on every travel, no matter what happen in it. We learn to face it or live with it, to do what we think the best at the time. Laughing at our mistakes, then move on. Keep trying to reach the destination.
There’s already a lot of people who said that the journey, not the destination, is more important… And maybe they’re right.
“Wait a sec… Why all the trouble going out from Eden if at the end they have to come back? Just stay there!”
“So there can be a Journey! Stupid!”