What makes sense
It can be both easy and difficult to keep it simple. Nonetheless, there is an addictive bliss in simplicity, a respite from the complex mystical patterns we have created around ourselves. That this respite becomes a way of life is probably the destination.
But as the banal saying goes- the road is more cherish-able than where it leads to. Evaluating day-to-day actions and understanding our body and minds- what traditions are of importance to us, what makes our faces glow, what literature makes sense for us, what does our body react to and how to curb these reactions- can be the essence to at least a balanced intellectual life.
In the same way we keep travelling outwards, and in the same way we posit how travelling humbles and educates, an inward travel is also necessary, thus balancing the see-saw of life.