The Transient Power Of Travel

Justin Roth, writing on The Stone Mind after returning from the final leg of this year’s Petzl Roc Trip:

Often, the flashiness of the itinerant lifestyle is held up as the antidote to our modern malaise, our workaday routine that keeps us moving predictably, as if on rails. I tend to think that the best we can do is to seek a balance between motion and stasis, to move when it’s time to move and also to stay put when it makes sense, letting the contrast of the one enhance and inform the other.

Posted In: Asides, Climbing

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One Response to The Transient Power Of Travel

  1. David Nimmer November 5, 2014 at 11:58 am #

    Reminds me of Rene Daumal’s “You cannot stay on the summit forever…”

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