Found this in the blogospere.
"The traveler is expectant and open and sees the beauty in things when
others do not. A traveler is good natured to strangers, because he
understands our fundamental interdepence with each other. The traveler
operates in deep karmic debt and repays what he can when he can,
joyfully. The traveler eats heartily, because he understands each meal
is a gift. The traveler knows that it is the people, and not always the
places, that he will remember long after he has stopped moving. The
traveler believes in the fundamental kindness of strangers and walks
through crowds with a smile. The traveler knows that enough is plenty
and the quest for perfection leads to suffering. The traveler knows that
no person is better than anyone else, because he has dined and
conversed with kings and knaves and has found joy and sadness in both.
The traveler relishes in the idea that all he needs to live can fit in a
duffle slung over his shoulder. The traveler talks to every person
excitedly because he is fascinated in everyone’s unique narrative. The
traveler knows that both moments of exhaulted pleasure and suffering
will pass in due course and he is richer for both. The traveler knows he
will never be in the same place with the same mind ever again. The
traveler sees each day as ripe with possibility and chance encounters.
The traveler knows that it is because his journey must one day end, that
it has meaning. The traveler’s curiosity trumps his fear. The traveler
is thankful for every day he is on the road."
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