Travel Quote of the Week

“Which is worse, to be too often protected, and thereby forget the suffering of others, or to suffer them oneself? There is, perhaps, a middle course: to be out in the world enough to be toughened, but to have a shelter sufficient to stave off callousness and wretchedness.”

–William T. Vollman (from The Atlas)

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