Walking with all

Back in 2015, my husband and I were privileged to walk part of the Camino de Santiago, a spiritual pilgrimage for people of all ages and backgrounds.  In 2016, I returned to walk the final part of the Camino with strangers who became fast friends.  The experience was simply magnificent and life changing.  Today one of the pilgrims, now a dear friend with whom I walked in 2016, sent me this posting.  It struck a chord with me and I wanted to pass it along.

Blessings to all,

Melody

Spirit of the Camino

Live in the moment

Welcome each new day – its pleasures and its challenges

Make others feel welcome

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Feel the spirit of those who have gone before you

Imagine those who will follow you

Appreciate those who walk with you today

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Perhaps the Camino Walks You …

Just recently my husband and I returned from a spiritual walk on the Camino de Santiago in Spain. To say that the five-day, 66-mile trek was moving (literally and figuratively), wonderful, spiritual, calming, hard, funny, beautiful, and surprising (among many other adjectives) would be a huge understatement. One of the books that inspired us along the way, among many, is Joyce Rupp’s Walk in a Relaxed Manner: Life Lessons from The Camino. -And our tour guide company representatives from Spanish Steps were wonderful.

As I’ve heard many people say, perhaps the Camino walks you. If you are a searching soul, check it out.

Melody