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Published on June 12th, 2016

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The DNA Journey: Could This End All Wars?

If you’ve been around these zany halls of TravelnLass awhile, then you know that I don’t publish all that many “WOW Worthy” posts. Indeed, in the 372 posts since that first TL post in 2010, I’ve only been inspired to publish a WOW Worthy 10 times. All which is to say…

I do believe today’s WOW Worthy may well be among the most WOWZER ever.

Check it out for yourself:

Note: just x out the initial ughy ad – trust that the video is exceptional.

Seriously. After a millennium of wars, hate, and fear of “others”, perhaps if everybody knew how closely akin we all really are…

The DNA Journey: Could this End all the hate? The DNA Journey - in a way, we're all cousins

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Off-the-beaten-path travel is my passion,and I’ve always lived life “like-a-kid-in-a-candy-store” – eager to sample as many flavors as I can. Indeed, my life motto has long been: This ain’t a dress rehearsal, folks!



4 Responses to The DNA Journey: Could This End All Wars?

  1. Thanks for sharing Dyanne. Makes me wish that everyone would do this because it just could be the tool to end bigotry, hate and war. What a great saying: “Open minds – open world!”

    • Dyanne says:

      Indeed, Anita. And no surprise the video is made by Momondo (a site – in addition to several others – I use to research/book my air tickets)

      Regardless of DNA testing though – traveling outside the confines of your native land – necessarily opens your mind and can’t help but remind us of each our own tiny place among the many peoples of the World. In short, puts it all into humble perspective, yes?

  2. Ilene Roberts says:

    Wow! Wow! Wow! Now I´m gonna have to get my DNA analyzed!

    • Dyanne says:

      I KNOW Ilene! I’m now wondering if that’s possible here in Cuenca. In any case, the video soundly underscores that “In a way, we’re all cousins”.

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