Day 2287: Travel together

This week, as I travel together with many other group therapists to greater understanding and wisdom at a national conference in Los Angeles, I have this image to share with you:

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Because I was traveling fast, alone, when I took that photo yesterday, it’s a little blurry. Here’s what that t-shirt says:

If you want to travel fast, travel alone; if you want to travel far, travel together.

I recently found this in my fast travels online:

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In your travels, have you discovered the truth in that African proverb?

Let’s travel together through my other photos from yesterday.

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Yesterday afternoon, many of us travelled together in a workshop by Dr. George Bermudez titled “Social Dreaming: An Opportunity for Communal Integration and Healing of Social Fragmentation.” I think traveling together, social dreaming, communal integration, and healing of social fragmentation is especially important in these days of “true” lies.  Are you together with me on that, dear readers?

My musician friend, Dave, called me at the conference yesterday to suggest that I travel far, alone, to Venice Beach with my ukulele and play my original songs there. Dave thinks that’s a fast way for me to travel to fame and fortune. For now, I think I’ll continue to travel together with the other participants in this group therapy conference through Saturday.

Let’s travel far together through this video which I just found fast on YouTube:

If you want to make a comment, travel to the comments section, below.

As always, I’m grateful to travel far together with all those who help me create this daily blog and with all my readers who travel here to read it, including YOU.

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11 thoughts on “Day 2287: Travel together

  1. Clearly there are a lot of valuable lessons still to be learned as we travel with you, even though this isn’t your first rodeo.

  2. So much good advice here (as usual)

  3. Thank you for allowing us to accompany you on your travels so that we can go both far and fast.

  4. Lots to be learned from the t-shirts! But there’s always lots to be learned on your blog. Happy travels.

  5. Sometimes it’s not where you go but who you travel with. ღƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♡ƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♪ღƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♡ƪ(ˆ◡ˆ)ʃ♪

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