Aim: A constant hunting for ideals makes people compete for being the most beautiful, the healthiest, the most creative, the most popular, etc. A big advantage of this situation is that people involved in different spheres are overloaded with work to meet people's expectations. But the target of my work is to prove that there is no need to invent anything new or extremely difficult because walking is going to help to improve our lives, starting from the way we look like and finishing with the quality of life.
Central Questions: What is the meaning of walking? What does make it so influential? Why do people trust something if it costs a lot of money or can be achieved only by hardworking? What can be done to change people’s psychology?
The significance of the research: Something is always missing to feel happy and most of the people are always one step away from their happiness. “Walking as Panacea” may help to make this “one step” both literally and figuratively.
Approach: Working on this paper, to be able to prove my point of view, I will address already existing reliable sources on this issue such as books, periodicals, and network resources. Additionally, I will be able to provide the results of my own experiment.
Intended audience: “Waling as Panacea" doesn’t have any age, religion or nationality frames. The absence of restrictions and limitations make the results of this research fit absolutely everyone and to be successful zero investments are required.