When I first received my travel map, my 7-year-old nephew helped me open it. Together, we gazed at the map, engulfed in the enormity of the world. We sat on the floor and stared at it for over an hour, talking about all of the places we’d like to visit. As we watched the map in awe, we had a dream session and a mini-geography lesson. We found islands that we didn’t know existed and what country owned them i.e. The Sandwich Islands are owned by the U.K. and Bouvet, owned by Norway. We were entranced with the magnificence and vastness of the world that we live in. Looking at the map and dreaming of travel made us both feel butterflies in our stomach. And that’s what life is all about, right? Feeling those childlike butterflies, that incredible flutter in your heart, and that unabashed excitement to live.