Jill Hamilton wurde(n) 3 mal zitiert.
To travel is to feed the mind, humanize the soul, and rub off the rust of circumstance – to travel is to read the last new book, enjoy to its full the blessings of invention – to travel is to have Nature’s plan and her high works simplified, and her broad features of hill and dale, mountain and flood, spread like a map at one’s feet – to travel is to dispel the mists of fable and clear the mind of prejudice taught from babyhood, and facilitate perfectness of seeing eye to eye. Who would not travel at a penny per mile? Thomas Cook, Excursionist, July 1854
Because travel freed people and widened their social circles, he wanted to help the poor to ‘go beyond’, get out of their rut, escape the confines of their own homes and fleetingly forget the dreariness of their lives by awakening their minds.
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