“Our minds are fi­nite, and yet even in these cir­cum­stances of fini­tude we are sur­rounded by pos­si­bil­i­ties that are in­fi­nite, and the pur­pose of life is to grasp as much as we can out of that in­fini­tude” Al­fred North White­head

Avion Luxury International Airport Magazine - - EDITORIAL - ‘Buon vi­ag­gio’ with Avion Lux­ury.

At times, when we are too busy with our nu­mer­ous daily com­mit­ments, we for­get how es­sen­tial it is to stop and ded­i­cate valu­able time to find­ing our­selves, in or­der to re­store the phys­i­cal and, above all, men­tal well-be­ing nec­es­sary to face the world that sur­rounds us with greater en­ergy and strength so that we can fully ap­pre­ci­ate all its won­der­ful facets. It is a way to be re­born and, with a fresh look, be ready to face the world again. Leav­ing for a trip is cer­tainly one of the best ways to re­cover lost well-be­ing and en­rich the soul. There are, in fact, mag­i­cal places that can re­store both body and mind such as, for ex­am­ple, Mada­gas­car, an is­land of be­witch­ing beauty, a con­cen­trate of pri­mor­dial na­ture able to re­bal­ance the deep­est essence of man, re­con­nect­ing it with the na­ture to which it be­longs. But, at times, even the sim­plest spa re­sort, cre­ated specif­i­cally for this pur­pose, can be­come the ideal place for spend­ing time in har­mony with our senses and spirit. Later, recharged with in­vig­o­rat­ing en­ergy, we can then then head off to­wards new des­ti­na­tions and ad­ven­tures, per­haps in one of the lat­est su­per­cars, which of­fer ever higher per­for­mance and are be­com­ing in­creas­ingly tech­no­log­i­cal and cus­tomised. Maybe even aboard one of the lat­est gen­er­a­tion jets, cross­ing the skies in an ex­tremely wel­com­ing, ul­tra-mod­ern space that fea­tures el­e­gant de­sign and ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy; or even travers­ing the end­less oceans on one of the brand new yachts, which are be­com­ing ever more eco­log­i­cal and en­vi­ron­men­tally friendly, and of­fer beau­ti­ful and re­fined per­son­alised fur­nish­ings as an ex­pres­sion of ex­cel­lent aes­thetic taste. The same thing we find in the creations of the most im­por­tant and best known com­pa­nies, which are able to help us re­ally ‘live the dream’, a dream that en­com­passes, for ex­am­ple, ex­clu­sive high fash­ion or the heady scent of a per­fume, a pre­cious time­piece or a rare piece of jew­ellery. These are all cre­ative ex­pres­sions of a style that en­hances the per­son­al­ity of the in­di­vid­ual by us­ing re­fined crafts­man­ship, which is able to live again thanks to a rein­ter­pre­ta­tion of the savoir-faire of the past. A spe­cial charm, which re­turns pe­ri­od­i­cally over the years to be re­lived, each time in a dif­fer­ent way, in to­day’s world. Like a clas­sic car, a unique ex­am­ple of an­other age, but which, to­day like yes­ter­day, is al­ways con­tem­po­rary, as well as be­ing in­creas­ingly loved and sought af­ter by true con­nois­seurs. Yes, be­cause the mag­i­cal thrill aroused by beauty, if we search for it, can be glimpsed ev­ery­where, in ex­am­ples of the past and in mod­ern ob­jects of the pre­sent, in small and large things, in the in­fin­itely large and in­fin­itely small, out­side or in­side our­selves. We just need to know how to recog­nise it, grasp it and en­joy it to the full, be­cause ev­ery mo­ment can be mem­o­rable, un­re­peat­able in its unique­ness, and ex­pe­ri­enced with en­thu­si­as­tic pas­sion.

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