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Wednesday, January 14, 2015



Lovely post, Roz. There's a movie about the Pilgrimage to Compostella starring Martin Sheen. It has some lovely photography and since I already had an interest in it, it was meaningful to me in many ways.


Another very interesting post - lots to follow up and think about as always...Cilla


I've thought, from time to time, of the differences between journeying through life as a pilgrim or as a tourist. A pilgrim goes deeper, has a goal that motivates her, engages life whether in joy or anguish whereas a tourist is rather egocentric, wanting to derive as much personal pleasure from life regardless of others. These are generalizations, of course, but things I think about.
The pilgrimage examples you've shown are lovely and deeply meaningful. Thank you.

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