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A travel can take many forms. And as Scene I suggests it, Peregrinus Ubique is a journey beginning when we close the doors of our home, ready to cut the links with the outside world.
A mind travel over our memories, oscillating between diminished reality and enhanced imaginary. Drew from fears and desires, feeding on regrets and hopes. Asking to lose ourselves first to start afresh, taking what's behind and using it to build what awaits forward. The visceral need to look for something better. Dotflac