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Dr. Paul Nisly
In the popular mind, the myth of the journey frequently provides an apt metaphor for the process of life and the struggle to persevere. The rhetoric of metaphorical traveling appears at venues from high school commencement ceremonies-where speakers pepper their remarks with phrases such as "as you journey from this place"--to religious education, where the faithful speak of the effects of a "faith journey" on their lives.
Heller, Nathan, "The Threefold Journey: Development of Home, Society, and Psyche" (2003). Honors Projects and Presentations: Undergraduate. 251.