The hottest Journey Substack posts right now

And their main takeaways
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Patti Smith β€’ 19458 implied HN points β€’ 26 Sep 23
  1. The author shares thoughts and emotions on a chilly autumn morning.
  2. The author reminisces about a beloved companion, Cairo, who has passed away.
  3. The author will continue to write and travel, sharing personal reflections along the way.
The Art of Enchantment, with Dr Sharon Blackie β€’ 6430 implied HN points β€’ 13 Feb 23
  1. The Hero's Journey is a popular but criticized narrative structure that focuses on individualistic, world-saving heroes, often ignoring feminine archetypes and values.
  2. The Eco-Heroine's Journey and the post-heroic journey offer alternative narratives that prioritize community, compassion, humility, and reconnection with nature.
  3. Post-heroic stories emphasize values of community, moderation, compassion, and re-enchantment with the world, providing new, enriching perspectives for living meaningful lives.
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JoeBlogs β€’ 3419 implied HN points β€’ 22 Mar 23
  1. The author writes the ending of their essays first and then works backward to build up to it
  2. Great endings should make the reader feel the emotions and journey that led to that point
  3. The World Baseball Classic had an unforgettable ending that was emotionally overwhelming
So Here’s a Thing β€’ 1101 implied HN points β€’ 07 Sep 23
  1. The journey itself is as important as the destination, offering endless joy and new experiences along the way
  2. Embrace serendipity on road trips, mixing planned elements with spontaneous decisions to make memorable moments
  3. Beware of Californian drivers, as they may exhibit more chaotic and aggressive behavior on the road compared to other states
Weekly Wisdom β€’ 99 implied HN points β€’ 02 Feb 24
  1. The experience of visiting the Great Pyramid after a long journey can feel like a culmination of a significant and emotional pilgrimage.
  2. Exploring the interior of the Great Pyramid offers a unique acoustic experience, where sounds are amplified and resonate in a majestic manner.
  3. Despite the mystery surrounding the purpose and design of the pyramid, embracing the unknown can lead to a profound sense of relief and acceptance.
The Abbey of Misrule β€’ 936 implied HN points β€’ 07 Jul 23
  1. The author has been writing for two years about the darkness of the times and is now shifting towards a more spiritual understanding.
  2. The author will be writing explicitly from an Orthodox Christian perspective in the future, focusing on the spiritual dimensions of the times.
  3. The author is taking a break for the summer to recover and will return in September with a new phase for the Abbey of Misrule.
The Global Jigsaw β€’ 157 implied HN points β€’ 02 Oct 23
  1. Bandung, Indonesia has a rich historical significance as the birthplace of the Non-Aligned Movement in 1955.
  2. The trip to Bandung is a journey into history, with echoes of the past seen in its architecture and landmarks.
  3. Bandung's unique blend of colonial and traditional Javanese influences is a fascinating backdrop for exploring the city's rich history.
visa's voltaic verses ⚑️ β€’ 30 implied HN points β€’ 30 Aug 23
  1. Being a real artist involves struggling through challenges and failures, not just creating masterpieces.
  2. Creativity is a mysterious process that can be both humbling and exciting, embracing the unknown keeps things interesting.
  3. Let the idea drive - sometimes creativity flows best when you let go and allow the idea to lead the way.
Madhur’s Writings β€’ 28 implied HN points β€’ 22 May 23
  1. Prepare for the worst when going into the unknown, trust your resources, and work together with your team.
  2. To achieve something great, be prepared to put in a lot of effort and walk a lot.
  3. Stay calm and patient when faced with unexpected challenges, make sound decisions, and keep moving forward with practice and determination.
Ink-uilab β€’ 19 implied HN points β€’ 01 Apr 23
  1. The author reflects on their trip to Saudi Arabia, particularly their spiritual journey to Mecca and Medina.
  2. The folklore character Sheikh Chilli, known for his comedic tales, has origins tied to a 17th-century Sufi scholar.
  3. There are similarities between Sheikh Chilli and Mullah Nasreddin, both being comical and wise figures in their respective cultural folklore.