Some of the biggest issues concerning solo travel include these fear factors: fear of not being safe, scared, of being left alone and lonely. The truth is, fear holds many people back. It holds them back from their dreams and of things and places they want to pursue.
The United States Former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt has this to say, “Do one thing every day that scares you.” She urges people to get out of their comfort zones.
Come to think of it, if all of us stays in our regular safe zones, it limits us of many possibilities. The change that we provide to the world is limited and slow and we must improve our society at a faster rate.
First and foremost, we must learn to acknowledge that change is good. We should welcome it and utilize it to flourish, to learn and create a better place for us and for future generations.
Traveling is a great means to engage ourselves with fresh experiences and discover the world from a different perspective.
Every sunset is different. The quality of the air we breath is different per country. The more we see and feel how life goes in another part of the world, the more we understand the world and our own place.
At present, there are many external factors that try to divide and destroy the international communities against each other. But travel can be an effective means to help people be more connected and united in ways never anticipated. Mass transportation is now made more affordable and faster, safe and reliable.
Having huge life changes might seem scary for many, although it is also exciting as new things await you. Solo travel, in particular, is one of the most amazing gifts you can give to yourself. Taking in mind not to let fear hinder you from reaching for your dreams.
Learn more about how travel can make an impact on your life and helping you embrace big life changes. On November 9 to 12, 2017, the Moroccan Association of Ibn Battuta will be celebrating the Second edition of International Festival of Ibn Battuta in honor of the legacy of the Great Ibn Battuta who have for many years travelled the world.
Carrying the theme “Travelers, the Ambassadors of Peace”, this travel and cultural festival encourage today’s generation to welcome the culture of traveling as a means to promote peace, tolerance, and unity throughout the world.
To know more about the International Festival of Ibn Battuta, visit http://ibnbattuta.ma/
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