It’s the Journey, Not the Arrival, That Matters

Nothing expands our horizons quite like travel. One thing I love about traveling is how much I learn when I leave my set environment and experience a totally different part of the world. There is so much negativity out there about flying that I am almost embarrassed to say that I love to fly. It gives me the chance to get away from all the phone calls and emails and do some writing and meditating.

There is no question that just getting to Order Xanax Online where you’re going and back home again has become increasingly difficult. Security measures, delays, airline fees, and new rules put us way out of our comfort zone. When we see stories of Buy Xanax Online thousands of plane cancellations, disasters, and insurrections that keep people stuck in an airport for days, we think it’s impossible to travel without stress. I told a well-traveled friend that I was writing this book and he said, “Just take a Xanax.” I found that funny, but the truth is many people do resort to that.

In a recent Facebook question posed by Conde Nast Traveller quite a few people admitted to taking a wide variety of drugs to calm them down. What was surprising to me was how many people take a few moments to pray or meditate before they fly. I had always sensed that some people were praying and had noticed an energy change when people pray upon takeoff or during air turbulence. So if you are one of those who pray, don’t be embarrassed. You are not alone.