It’s a Small World After All

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It’s a Small World After All

Kayla Reynolds, Co-Editor-in-Chief

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There are 7.5 billion people living on this vast planet called Earth. With that comes many different cultures and ways of living.

Travelling is super important because it connects us to other cultures and people. By embedding ourselves within different environments for a week or two, we are able to expand our awareness and appreciate diversity.

Not only are we able to connect with other people, but we can also see places around the world that are rich in history. Some of the top historic destinations to visit just in the United States include Washington D.C, Boston, Gettysburg, Philadelphia, New Orleans and much more.

To experience cultures, one may choose to travel Mexico, China, Kenya, France – the list is almost endless. There are so many options when it comes to travel and many find it thrilling.

Saint Augustine said, “The world is a book and those who do not travel read only a page.” What part of the world are you reading, on paper or on a plane? In film or in fantasy? Where do you want to go in your lifetime? What’s keeping you from living that dream?

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