Friday, July 6, 2012
“Travelling Teaches Tolerance” - Professor M.S.Rao
“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine
People who travel widely are more tolerant than the people who remain in a particular place forever. When people travel all over they get to know various cultures, regions, religions, races, and ethnicities, and assess themselves vis-à-vis others. They appreciate the good things in others and absorb them, and develop tolerance. Over a period of time they learn to look at similarities among others ignoring their differences. In addition, they encounter various kinds of experiences thus gaining more confidence to lead successfully in their lives. They develop broad mindset and learn to look at things from wider perspective. Hence, travel widely if you can, as it opens the widow to the outside world. Otherwise, you remain like a frog in the well.
"The way to stay fresh is you never stop traveling, you never stop listening. You never stop asking people what they think." - Rene McPherson
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