Contributed by Nicholine Akou
Travelling entails moving from one geographical location to another. It can be voluntarily or involuntarily but whatever may be the case, I think a change of place is a change of mind. It is therefore necessary for us to make travelling a life style due to the following reasons depending on each individual.
Meet people with different ideas: when we travel, we meet people with different ideas and they help us to change our mentality on critical life issues, be it religious, economic, social or political. This will enable us to build a new perception about life and these same people that we meet might create a lasting friendship.so traveling should be a life style.
Learn new cultures: As often as we travel, we are bound to learn new cultures such as dance, eating habits, dressing code and so on. Some people have never left the places where they were born. So it becomes difficult for them to adapt when they are taking out of their comfort zone. So we should travel because we don’t know where jobs, pleasures and marriages can land us.
Learn new languages: For sure you cannot travel to a different location and you return still unable to greet in the language of the place where you visited.so we should also travel in order to learn a new language.
Bring the beauty concept of nature to reality: it is certain that you have been hearing how people talk about mountains, hills, seas, oceans, rocks and there are some that you have never seen. It is important for you to visit such areas and appreciate God for the wonderful work he has been doing.
Enjoy different means of transport:: The act of travelling helps you to enjoy different means of transport. When you remain in a particular place, you might never know what it means to be in a boat, ship, canoe, plane, car, train and even on bikes. So it is important to travel in order to enjoy the different means of transport.
From the above mentioned points, I think travelling should be a life style as it widens our diversity in different domains.
Edited by Solange Chin