Tag: childlike wonder

  • You had to be there – Part 2 1/2

    Here’s a short side trip from the idea of “You had to be there” that reflects the ability of kids to capture some profound ideas about silence, souls and travel.

  • The difficulty of wonder

    Wonder is something we desperately need even if we don’t realize it. And sometimes, even in places of great beauty, it is very easy to miss unless you are intentional…or you take advantage of God’s second chances…

  • The context of wonder

    Every wonder why some amazing sights and experiences fail to move you on a trip? Some experiences are so far outside our contexts that we don’t know what to do with them. But we might just learn a thing or two from SpongeBob SquarePants…

  • The problem of adult travel

    As adults, we learn to provide answers and solve problems. That works great for work. But it might not lead to the most meaningful travel.