You can’t go home again. But you can make the world your home.
Travel can be a broadening experience … going new places, getting outside your comfort zone … or it can be a way to go home again: back to mom and dad’s, or the old cabin in the woods you’ve visited every year since earliest memory.
Have you taken a dream vacation? What made it so special?
Did you rough it or travel in comfort?
What’s it like to travel as a man, alone?
Have you ever gone on vacation with small children? Accompanied someone on a trip they couldn’t take alone, and that you wouldn’t otherwise have taken?
Did you go on a pilgrimage? How was it the same as stories you’ve heard from others who have gone on a similar journey, and how was it different?
What did you learn? What expectations were shattered? Did you meet someone who has changed your life?
Do you have any particular phobias that complicate travel: fear of germs, heights, water, crime? How did you overcome them?
How are you different for your experiences traveling?
The Good Life on The Good Men Project welcomes your submissions on the theme of Travel. For your story to be included in a special section, make your final submission to Justin Cascio at firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday, November 24. Your questions and pitches are also welcome. Feel free to distribute this call widely.
The Good Men Project is answering the question, “What does it mean to be a good man in the 21st century?”
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