Seneca; Letters from a Stoic; Letter II wrote:“How can novelty of surroundings abroad and becoming acquainted with foreign scenes or cities be of any help? All that dashing about turns out to be quite futile. And if you want to know why all this running away cannot help you, the answer is simply this: you are running away in your own company. You have to lay aside the load on your spirit. Until you do that, nowhere will satisfy you.” -- Seneca
The essence in the following songs feathers well with the underling essence of this post.
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