Dua For travel

Dua For travel In Arabic – 1

سُبْحَانَ الَّذِي سَخَّرَ لَنَا هَذَا وَمَا كُنَّا لَهُ مُقْرِنِينَ وَإِنَّا إِلَى رَبِّنَا لَمُنْقَلِبُونَ

 

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Dua For travel In English Transcription – 1

Subhana-alladhi sakh-khara la-na hadha wa ma kunna la-hu muqrinin. Wa inna ila Rabbi-na la munqalibun.

Dua For travel In English – 1

Glory unto Him Who created this transportation, for us, though we were unable to create it on our own. And unto our Lord we shall return.
Surah Az-Zukhruf 43:13-14

Dua For travel In Arabic – 2

رَّبِّ اَدْخِلْنِيْ مُدْخَلَ صِدْقٍ وَّاَخْرِجْنِيْ مُخْــرَجَ صِدْقٍ وَّاجْعَلْ لِّيْ مِنْ لَّدُنْكَ سُلْطٰنًا نَّصِيْرًا

Dua For travel In English Transcription – 2

Rabbi Adkhilnee Mudkhala S’idqiw Wa Akhrijnee Mukhraja S’diqiw Waj-a’l Lee Mil Ladunkaa Sult’aanan Nas’eeraa

Dua For travel In English – 2

My Lord! Let my entry (to the city of Al-Madinah) be good, and likewise my exit (from the city of Makkah) be good. And grant me from You an authority to help me (or a firm sign or a proof).
Surah Al-Israa 17:80

Why would not you travel more when there are so many advantages to traveling ?!

Everyone keeps saying how important it is to travel. So what is it?

The benefits of traveling are not punctual: traveling changes you physically and psychologically. Having little time or money is not a valid excuse. You can fly for cheap very easily. If you have a full time job and a family, you can always travel on weekends or holidays, even with a baby.

Here are some of the main benefits of traveling. And I’m sure once you’ve started, you’ll find more yourself!

Whether it’s reducing stress or reducing the risk of developing heart disease, the health benefits of traveling are enormous. You can sit in a chair all day at your workplace – you can even feel better while walking. For some people, wandering abroad is even a cure for depression and anxiety. Of course, this is not a foolproof cure, but it could help you feel better, both physically and psychologically.

Traveling more will probably have a considerable impact on your mental well-being, especially if you are not used to getting out of your comfort zone. Trust me: travel more and your doctor will be happy. Make sure you get in touch with your doctor, he may recommend medications to accompany you on your trip, especially if you are traveling to areas of the world where the disease is potentially dangerous.

Traveling disconnects you from your daily life

This is extremely related to my previous point. We tend to be so involved in our daily lives that sometimes, by just staying, we can do more harm than good. Your boss takes back your life? The kids are driving you crazy? Your parents are trying to make you live the life they want? How long do you think you can withstand this pressure before you burst and everything collapses?

Sometimes it’s best to take a step back, take a deep breath and take that selfie from Tower Bridge. Seriously, traveling is not a bad option. It’s the most natural way to make someone miss you or miss you. The trick is to leave with a little preparation to avoid making a mistake during your trip. Plus, if you’re flying, you’d better start thinking about booking your tickets as soon as possible.

Voyager vous rend plus intelligent

Get used to reading new words in a different language every time you travel and you’ll see improvements in your brain capacity, as Dan Roitman wrote in the Huffington Post. If only that, start getting acquainted with the jargon of the trip.

Much more than just languages, traveling helps you to get to know you. You may find yourself in difficult situations where you have to be resourceful and think differently. I am sure you will develop a new set of skills that you do not think you have in you.

Traveling improves your understanding of other cultures

Being more understanding and tolerant to a different culture is more than just a part of being smarter, but I consider it to be a benefit of traveling in itself. There is a quote by St. Augustine, which goes “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page”. You could think of it if you read it in the news or watch it on TV and do not question it, you’re missing on your information. You might think that it makes you smarter and more aware of the world, but it’s the opposite: it’s a unique and biased perspective.

Sure, you probably feel comfortable where you are, but that’s just a fraction of the world! If you are a student, take advantage of programs such as Erasmus to get to know more people, experience and understand their culture. Dare traveling to a region where you have a skeptical opinion about. I bet that you will change your mind and realize that everything is not so bad abroad.

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Traveling makes you more interesting

I do not doubt that you are quite the talker. That being said, including some stories. Mention something that is most important for someone in the same position.

During my trip to Egypt, my host Airbnb and I went out for dinner. He had been there for a while, the conversation had lasted and I was not bored for a minute.

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Who do you think wants to listen to the guy who spends a lot of time in Cuba, driving an old American car, swimming with dolphins and tasting deliciously spicy food? I know what story I want to hear about …

Traveling allows you to try amazing food

Speaking of food, I bet you are a hellish chef and your meals at home are delicious. But nothing like trying a typical local dish from another country. Do not fool yourself by going to the sushi shop next door: you do not know what sushi tastes like until you’re in Japan.

Eating local foods in a new country is an entirely new experience. All the flavors are different. Here I am outside: I am French and I love our local recipes. You do for. But make no mistake: some changes would be more than welcome in our daily diet. If only because we are naturally curious. Some culinary bloggers travel thousands of miles for a particular dish! The least you can do is go to the next region and try something new.

Traveling feel like an adventurer

Although the world has never been so well connected today, there is still little known time of the average tourist. Establishing a list of places you want to visit is extremely motivating. You have something tangible to pursue. I am currently working on my own list, and I think I will never see it again, with all these incredible destinations.

The advantage of traveling to a new place is that it forces you to face the unknown and think differently. You do not need to spend a month in the jungle! If you live in a big city, just hiking on weekends will make you feel different. The demanding adventures of novelty, then sorted out of your comfort zone. It may be scary, but in hindsight you see it’s the best decision you have a price!

Traveling extends your (real) social network

Believe it or not, a real network. Crazy, I know. Making connections and building a network abroad is one of the smartest things you can do in today’s world. Sometimes it’s hard to build lasting relationships with people, but that does not mean it’s not worth meeting new people!

Take the following example: New Year’s Eve in Tanzania last year. I slept two days in the apartment of an Egyptian expatriate. I put it on Couchsurfing, an ounce of the best ways. Now this guy invites me to his wedding in Egypt! How is this incredible ?! Some connections are surprisingly strong.

Traveling creates memories for life

My grandfather was an incredible narrator and he told me stories about his travels when he was younger. One of my favorites is how to get along with chopsticks in China for the first time. He regretted not traveling young man. Years later, he still remembered everything in the details: And it will probably be on you too.

As insignificant as it may seem, the fact that you have had an experience abroad, something out of the ordinary, creates a memory you will remember for a long time.

Traveling makes you love your home even more”What is magical about us is that it feels good to leave and better to come back”. You will not be able to understand the meaning of Wendy Wunder’s words until you return home. The same day, same context, same people, same problems. Yet you are not the same – you are new, full of new knowledge and ideas!

I know I was bored after living all my life in one place. I need to go out, I need to change scene. I focused only on the negative, how do you meet the same people, how nothing changes. Now, when I get home, I’m happy with that and I see only the positive.

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