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“And,when you want to truely see the world, all the world conspires in helping you achieve it.”

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 When you sail on a cruise ship  around the world for over a year, as I did in 2011, you start to borrow happiness from tomorrow; not because there is anything wrong with it, but because you will never have had such experiences like this, and the nostalgia-the suffering of remembering the past-will always be part of your future thoughts.

You can only recognize what you already know, and nobody can do it for you-you have to undergo this kind of traveling, where time is measured in moments rather than hours, the eternal present and just now; and days of the week are ports of call- Monday is Copenhagen, Wednesday, Amsterdam, and the longest day of the week is someday: because if you are a permanent traveler, there is always one more place to go.

There is an economics law of diminishing returns where less is more, but in fact, more is more-more life, more switch, more yes. 1+1= Infinity and traveling together is better than eating alone, but if you want to travel fast, you have to do it alone, and no one can do it for you.

I miss standing in line listening to the most entitled coffee drinkers
 and obnoxious Starbucks orders! 
Quad, Nonfat, One-Pump, No-Whip, Mocha 
Chai Tea Latte, 3 Pump, Skim Milk, Lite Water, No Foam,
 Extra Hot Tall Nonfat Latte, 2 Percent Foam...2%? 
ced, Half Caff, Ristretto, Venti, 4-Pump, Sugar Free, Cinnamon, Dolce Soy Skinny






An I for an Island, losing my self is the best revenge and living well is too. The definitions that teachers, tests, family and friends place upon me were scripted. I was not going to get anywhere by being a good example-In fact, no one ever has. I tore up my contract of reality-Home would be a feeling not a place.

 And  some simple rules: 1. Do what you want 2. If it doesn't serve you get rid of it-that means no longer living in “debt both material stuff and psychological thoughts. 3.  Be kind and show love to everyone. After all, it is all cultural, there is no right or wrong regarding food choices, language, and social mores-it just is.

Today in Cozumel
A change brought about by the sea---I haven’t known what day of the week it is for 6 months. Before that, the daze of the week become countries .Let me slip into something more comfortable, like a comma, No I am on a ship. Here are some other strange innuendos of meaning that are contained within "cruise club" culture: Arriving at a new country usually consists of finding the free wifi and taking a bath is considered a luxury You talk about how to spend your "hours off" not "days off". You have to turn on the tv to see the weather outside. When you’re in the real world you stop yourself from saying hello to random people walking past you. Living on a ship however, might be summed up as monotony tinged with hysteria, but you can get drunk for $5. Working less than 10 hours is considered to be "an easy day"You’ve just spent a 13-hour day with the same people, so you go to dinner and happily spend the rest of the night with them.

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