A sedentary person cannot judge a traveler, or at least, if they did try, they would end up judging the voyager the wrong way, because they could never conceive of happiness except in the form of a return. A rooted person is always heading back to the place where they started. This person’s trips are always circular.

Endnote: Is a sedentary person the same as a domestic person or a homebody or a rooted person? Are these synonyms? Can I force them to be synonyms? How about the use of they as a non-gendered singular pronoun? Could I get a ruling on that grammer there? I need an outside opinion. Is a voyager the same as a traveler? Are these two conceptual people really opposites? Back to the couch. Or the airplane?

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