Traveling has become “the most essential” part of human activity. History recorded a great scholar, Ibn Battuta as the traveler scholar who spent 30 years wandering around the world to learn a deeper understanding of life. He further emphasized that traveling leaves you speechless, then it turns you into a great storyteller. Yes, a great storyteller as you deeply learn wisdom and knowledge that otherwise are difficult to obtain if you are stuck with your comfort zone and the status-quo. Augustine of Hippo backed that importance with his legendary quote, “The world is a book and those who do not travel only read one page”. I have traveled to 20 countries in 3 different continents and I am eager to travel more to learn more. Yes, to gain more through traveling to other places for the sake of knowledge, education, and most probably networking. Why not? I had experienced before as a “student-traveler” in Austria and I had successfully survived that “one of the most precious time” in life. Continue reading
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