There are "Positive And Negative Aspects of Travel" yet too much time, and people become make some horrible decisions.
This is a live, and let live age, anything goes in our present culture, therefore we can deduce that anything is allowed
"you can do anything, provided you're not caught.
The masses are incapable of learning from history, we are hopeless doomed to repeat failures.
I took the photo above from something I wrote the last time I was in Guatemala, called "Friends Filter Crazy Thoughts." I am again in the insane asylum, and trying to find one sane person.
What is the solution to depression? For me, I go and wash the dishes, maybe clean my room.
- Andy Graham
How do you drive a man crazy? You put him in solitary confinement, because an idle mind will slowly go crazy. Travel is solitary confinement, it is the premeditated desire to leave the group, to go wander about with the mind free to wonder. After 14 years of perpetual travel, I can see that travel is dangerous.
Yes, no need to tell me, I am 100 percent self aware of what I am writing.
"A question that sometimes drives me hazy: am I or are the others crazy?"
- Albert Einstein
I read that God kicked Adam and Eve out of the garden of eden, then said something to the effect; you will be required to work hard labor. In the parable and allegorical method of writing of the bible, you could convince me to conclude. The bible is trying to explains; if people live in paradise, they will become naughty children, they will do what is forbidden. Therefore the best thing for the human that does not appreciate paradise, is to force them to work by the sweat of their brow, to keep them busy, and not allow them to have idle minds.
In conclusion, and idle mind will become crazy, therefore go wash the dishes, I am talking to you!
"an idle mind is the devil's workshop."
"Idle hands are the devil's workshop"
"Idle hands are the devil's tools."
"Idle brains are the devil's workhouses."
- T. Fuller
"An idle brain is the devil's workshop."
-H. G. Bohn, "Hand-Book of Proverbs," 1855
"If the Devil finds a Man idle, he'll set him at work."
-J. Kelly, "Scottish Proverbs," 1721
"The devil finds work (or mischief) for idle hands to do."