About a journey
But isn’t the very notion of journey deeply bound with every place? Doesn’t it always imply risk, adventure, the possibility of losing one’s way, of wandering off the path, either deliberately or unwittingly, of getting lost, possibly even permanently? As realized in the concrete, existential, contingent world, it certainly does. This has always been part of the great symbolic depictions of the human journey, at least. The very structure of being itself, involves a journey.