„I felt I could no longer take the roller-coaster of emotions of travel, its surges of exaltation, its troughs of despondency, it’s large stretches of boredom and inconvenience“

—  Geoff Dyer

Quelle: Yoga For People Who Can't Be Bothered To Do It (1993), p. 202

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