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a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step

A daunting task can usually be started by doing a simple thing. I'm feeling really overwhelmed about my research project, but I have to start somewhere, since a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.

accompany someone on a journey

1. [for someone] to go with someone on a trip, journey, adventure, etc. Would you please accompany me on my next trip?
2. [for something] to be brought with someone on a trip, journey, etc. My cameras always accompany me on my travels.
See also: accompany, journey

Have a good trip,

 and Have a nice trip.
Have a pleasant journey. (Compare this with Have a safe trip. This phrase avoids references to safety.) As Sue stepped onto the plane, someone in a uniform said, "Have a nice trip." "Have a good trip," said Bill, waving his good-byes.
See also: good, have, trip

Have a safe trip.

 and Have a safe journey.
I hope that your journey is safe.; Be careful and assure that your journey is safe. (Said as someone is about to leave for a trip.) Bill: Well, we're off for London. Sally: Have a safe trip. Bill: You're driving all the way to San Francisco? Bob: Yes, indeed. Bill: Well, have a safe trip.
See also: have, safe, trip
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The issue and its clarity are important as the journeyer will be asking or seeking advice from companion spirits.
As dream journeyers, we may choose to go looking for them.
Here a 1920s Barcelona cable car, its intricate construction a monument to the defunct dream of man and machine working in perfect harmony, becomes a kind of time machine, successively populated by appositely dressed journeyers from various eras as it glides back and forth over the city's harbor.
Rather, the individuals who share their stories clearly fit the title of the book insofar as they are journeyers who have confronted both the ups and downs of an authentic and vital human experience.
This is precisely the theologian's role: to show that ultimate meanings are ultimate exactly because they judge all else and that we all, Dogen included, can only point the way to ultimate truth, showing that we are all companion journeyers on the path.
This first section provides readers with insight into how persons are theologically formed by experiences inside and outside their formal education and training as scholars and/or as journeyers in the Christian tradition.
She loved to travel, and travel she did at times and in areas where British consuls warned even the most experienced male journeyers to cancel their plans.
As journeyers into the field, participant observers, and chroniclers, we have been involved in the development of organ transplantation, the artificial kidney, and the artificial heart throughout most of their contemporaneous medical and social history and for many years of our working lives.
Both journeyers also become swallowed in landscapes marked by heat, filth, desolation, and danger (Frodo through the marshes and vast, decimated territory of Mordor, the whisky priest in the harsh land of Tabasco and amid human squalor--a trash heap where he encounters his daughter, the jail where he finds communion with fellow sinners, among the great crosses and in the bitter rain as he approaches the state border).
This show is Part 2 of a series called “Mastering the Art of Shamanic Journeying” in which Pratt continues to explore the common mistakes, misconceptions, and false assumptions made by journeyers, and remedies to correct them.
In each city, Hendrick's Gin and fellow journeyers will bid farewell to the humdrum, unfasten their senses and venture beyond what is known during three nights of awe-inspiring events.
8221; titled “How to Craft a Good Question: Shamanic Journeying,” Pratt continues to explore the common mistakes, misconceptions, and false assumptions made by journeyers, and remedies to correct them.
Veteran stuntman Ron Rondeaux plays a stranger who is warily regarded by Meek, but who is begrudgingly allowed to fall in with the journeyers.