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Tag Archives: Camino Franc
Fainthearted about doing the Camino? An extraordinary coincidence became a common event in the early stages of my Camino last year. I had begun walking with an arrhythmia in my heart. I began to notice that when I spontaneously gave … Continue reading
Leaving Roncevalles on A Camino of the Heart. To say that I was beginning this Camino with a broken heart would cover, more or less, my emotional and physical state as I set off. It would not, however, suggest … Continue reading
A Happy Ending in Santiago: just like Hollywood. Not the Camino I had imagined. Earlier this year I walked the Ruta de La Lana hoping for solitude and silence. I wanted a period for uninterrupted prayer which I often find … Continue reading
Miracles. Two Days on the Camino Francés (2) Flying to O Cebreiro. When your heart is in silence and sinks into God it sings. This is a story which is short and simple but gives a flavour of the sort … Continue reading
Miracles. Two Days on the Camino Francés: Ponferrada – Hospital da Condesa (1) Day 1. Ponferrrada – Pereje Some days a rucksack is much heavier than the day before, even though it is carrying less; and some days legs which … Continue reading
Silence. Times when the heart listens. Before Daybreak. In 2010, a Jacobean Year, I happened to finish my Camino on October 12th, the Feast of the Virgin of the Pilar. The Pilar is a pillar, a roman pillar on which … Continue reading
Planning on the Camino. Do you really want to know where you will sleep tonight? I love maps. The pleasure of relaxing on a bunk bed, weary legs propped high with a blanket or two and a guide book with … Continue reading