The Journey Inwards
Dag Hammarskjold, Markings1950 The longest journeyis the journey inwards;Of him who has chosen his destiny,Who has started upon his questFor the source of his being(Is there a source?).He is still with you,But without relation,Isolated in your feelingLike one condemned to deathOr one whom imminent farewellPrematurely dedicatesTo the loneliness which is the final lot of all. Between you and him is distance,Uncertainly—Care. He will see you withdrawing,Further and further,Hear your voices fading,Fainter and fainter.—- When we take a moment to gaze out into the vast abyss of our inner life, our thoughts and feelings, emotions and desires, we come to see that we could walk the world and still not have enough time to dive the depths of the recesses of our thoughts. What we do at Anderson Scandinavian Tours is meant to guide people along the inward journey, by taking them on outward journeys. The most important non-tangible things have tangible things that resemble them. These…
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