We often mistake the word luxury with materialistic things. However, luxury is the combination of us experiencing leisure in a peaceful environment whilst we forget our daily troubles. True luxury can be experienced in the arms of a loved one or it can be experienced in the bounty of nature.
As a professor, I have more knowledge than most people but I have realized that experiences which are acquired by travelling are much more exciting. The great philosopher Euripides was right about learning from experiences of life and travelling. They introduce us to many things that books cannot and never will.
As a professor I believe in this quote more than any other person. I constantly see my students go through highs and lows in not only their exams but also in life. I always make sure I point them to this saying by Robert Kennedy and inspire them in any way I can.
This man needs no introduction! The ‘Photoelectric Hero’ as I call him has left behind many marvelous and treasured thoughts for the younger generation to learn from apart from the text book pages. This quote is one such example. We all make mistakes but all that matters is how we rise, dust ourselves and take a moment to see what it has taught us.
Description : The more you travel the more you realise that the entire world is one country. Philip Stanhope is right in mentioning that there is really just one country. Inspite of the distinctions you may make based on caste, creed and race, people are same everywhere, aren’t they?
Description : I visited a few gardens in Ahmedabad and that is what reminded me of the saying by Gerard De Nerval. People often pluck flowers in the garden. Isn’t it a pity? I wonder why people do not realise that every flower has life in it and one should not pluck flowers just like that. What do you think about it?