Live your life like a Traveller

This is my new phrase and I guess, motto for live. LIVE YOUR LIFE LIKE A TRAVELLER!

 

That and Live a LOVELLY Life. Currently working on the official definition of Lovelly… it is different to Lovely.. stay tuned.

Loving Life in Peru
Loving Life in Peru

I thought I was the founder of this quote.. but it appears not. I have found it on a few blogs and forums.

 

From the blog:

the Prophet’s (PBUH) quote ” Live your life like a traveller” and Khalil Gibran’s quote “I want to be alive to all the life that is in me now, to know each moment, to the uttermost”
Explore your own city. I love Melbourne
Explore your own city. I love Melbourne
 
my comment?
 
Congratulations to you. It takes guts to start a blog and you’ve taken the biggest step. You started.
I love this quote “Live your life like a traveller”. Is it an actual quote? you say by PBUH?
Love to know where you first heard it.
Meeting the local kids in Peru
Meeting the local kids in Peru
Another forum using this quote
  1. Pbuh: If anyone testifies that None has the right to be worshipped but  You have tolive your life like a traveller, the more you indulge in this life 
Dancing in the streets of Udaipur in a procession in India
Dancing in the streets of Udaipur in a procession in India

is it true that when someone worhips shaaytan he becomes 

44 posts – 23 authors – 15 Oct 2011

 Prophet Mohamed PBUH so could he be a satanic worshipper to is ….. life like a stranger, Live your Life like a traveller” (Sahih Al Muslim).

So this one was a bit odd? But I still like the moral of it.
Meeting the locals in Austria
Meeting the locals in Austria
For me, Live your life like a traveller means wherever you are, take on new experience, be open to opportunities and always try something new.
Wherever you live is constantly changing. New people, new things to see, or talk to someone who might have a different perspective.
I love Travel for the opportunity to meet other people, to experience new lands and to be made grateful each day for the beautiful world in which we live.

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