“All that is gold does not glitter, Not all those who wander are lost; The old that is strong does not wither, Deep roots are not reached by the frost. From the ashes a fire shall be woken, A light from the shadows shall spring; Renewed shall be blade that was broken, The crownless again shall be king.” J.R.R. Tolkien "Many people will reach a point in their lives when they have this intense desire to leave a place, whether it be a hometown, a place they moved to for a job, or a place that just gets old for them. It will bury itself in the middle of your chest, and all you’ll be able to think about is how to make the move happen in reality. Some people go as far as leaving their well-paying jobs to go and visit a new faraway place." What exactly drives this feeling? According to Psychology Today, “Whether or not we are granted a fresh start every year, the world is set up so that we believe it’s possible.” In reality, every day is a “new start,” but this start is not only starting a new thing, but letting go of a lot of different aspects of our lives. It involves letting go of routines and relationships as well. “Letting go is the flip side of starting over,” writes Russell C. Smith and Michael Foster. “Most of the time it feels easier to stay with people, places, positions – until forward motion has ceased entirely, and you need a whole new way of looking at your current situation.” "Change is a constant thing, and wanderers are just those who are looking for new, exciting adventures and are more afraid of staying in situations that are no longer fulfilling." You my friend, seem to be filling those voids that you wander for, and at the same time allow others not in a position currently to do so in a mythical way. Some here make that connection through you. There are many out here who enjoy your character, drive and emotions parlayed out before us, that gets you where you need to be for that moment and the prize is that some out here are along for that ride with you! Take it for what it is-ride with it my friend!