That's a question “wandering” in my mind for a while now.
Traveling is a luxury for certain people – although I strongly believe the contrary.
They have to let their kid free to follow what he or she loves, explore its own path. Or by help it leave the house later, choose its own studies or a different place to live, meet a whole new world, take risks and get in touch with the unknown. This kind of liberation helps to create new instincts.
My Wanderlust around New Jersey, overlooking Manhattan
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