Journey may refer to:
- Road trip
- Dodge Journey, a 2009 mid-sized "crossover" vehicle, the brand's first
- Journeys, a shoe store brand owned by Genesco
- Journey, the name chosen for OR-7, a gray wolf being electronically tracked in the Northwest United States
Other articles related to "journey":
... Journey Escape, a 1982 Atari 2600 video game featured the band Journey Journey (1983 video game), a 1983 arcade game which featured the band Journey (1989 video game), a 1989 computer game Journey ...
... cities and small countries) and travelled by car into the Soviet Union, a journey recorded in Among the Russians ... This was followed in 1987 by Behind the Wall A Journey Through China (winner of the Hawthornden Prize and the Thomas Cook Travel Book Award), and in 1994 by ... This 7,000-mile journey from China to the Mediterranean encompasses cultures that have obsessed his working life Islam, China, the old Soviet Union, Central Asia, Afghanistan, Iran, Turkey ...
... Nights Journey of Dreams (trademarked NiGHTS Journey of Dreams) is a platform game for the Wii console developed by Sonic Team and Sega ...
... Journey to the Beginning of Time (Czech Cesta do Pravěku, literally "Trip into prehistory") is a 1955 Czechoslovak children's science fiction feature film directed by ... the film that was released in 1966 under the title Journey to the Beginning of Time ...
... A Journey to the Centre of the Earth (French title Voyage au centre de la Terre) is an 1864 science fiction novel by Jules Verne ... Journey to the Centre of the Earth may also refer to Adaptations of the novel Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959 film), starring James Mason, Pat Boone, and Arlene Dahl Journey to the Center of the Earth (1967 ... Journey to the Center of the Earth (1993 TV film), featuring Carel Struycken, Tim Russ and Jeffrey Nordling Journey to the Center of the Earth (1996 film) Journey to the Center of the Earth (1999 miniseries ...
Famous quotes containing the word journey:
“He was calm; however, he had to be supported during the journey through the long corridors, since he planted his feet unsteadily, like a child who has just learned to walk, or as if he were about to fall through like a man who has dreamt that he is walking on water only to have a sudden doubt: but is this possible?”
—Vladimir Nabokov (18991977)
“The course of every intellectual, if he pursues his journey long and unflinchingly enough, ends in the obvious, from which the nonintellectuals have never stirred.”
—Aldous Huxley (18941963)
“Learning and teaching should not stand on opposite banks and just watch the river flow by; instead, they should embark together on a journey down the water. Through an active, reciprocal exchange, teaching can strengthen learning how to learn.”
—Loris Malaguzzi (19201994)