Interesting job for a week or two. But all too soon the familiarity with the surroundings dulls the senses. The majestic turns into the trite.
The conductor can have a different breakfast, wear a new suit, look forward to an amazing day – but there is one other thing he has to consider . . .
the tracks. They can narrow options to zero.
Many itineraries bring perfunctory, routine lives. The interesting part is that a person can yield to his or her itineraries, their physical bodies following the tracks . . .
while their mind and spirit plays in a higher realm.