Ancient Practice in the Modern Landscape Sixteen kilometers of open road. No turns. No twists. The trees are thick on either side, and I’m […]
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Did You Find What You Were Looking For? (Camino Reflections, Part 10000)
My last visit to London, in July of this year, I had dinner with a former classmate. We had taken “Intro to Buddhism” together. I […]
Pilgrimage Today—It’s Still Relevant
Pilgrimage Museum, Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain I placed the noise canceling headphones over my ears, and an ancient melody flowed straight to my soul. […]
The Camino de Santiago in 100 words and 27 Untouched Pictures
When I set out for the San Sebastian (my starting point for the Camino del Norte) at the start of June, I decided not to […]
The Modern-Day Renunciate
Sobrado de Monxes Cathedral, Galicia, Spain. He asked if there was water nearby. The two dogs, attached to his belt by lengths of thick rope, […]
Welcome to the World: First Post-Camino Reflections and Impressions.
Sunrise over Bolibar, Basque Country, after an accidental four a.m. start time. High heels tap-tapping on the pavement. SALE signs in every storefront. The familiar […]
Off to the Camino… Travel Update and See You Later!
On Sunday, June fifth (yes, that’s tomorrow), I will close my laptop. I will put it on a shelf, and I will not see it […]