This thought-provoking quote comes from the lyrics of George Harrison’s song “Any Road” (though it’s often misattributed to Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland”). Harrison started writing the song in 1988 and it became his last single and the opening track of his final studio album, “Brainwashed,” released posthumously in 2003. The “quiet Beatle’s” interest in Indian culture and Hinduism influenced his career as a musician and songwriter from the mid-1960s until his death. In “Any Road,” Harrison offers us reassurance that we eventually end up where we’re meant to be, even if we aren’t always sure of our direction in life.
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