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And when I think about it, I guess it is true that people always arrive at the right moment at the place where someone awaits them
For pilgrims walking...every footfall is doubled, landing at once on the actual road and also on the path of faith.
Believe is confident hope.Hope is faith.Faith is timeless possibility.Possibility is spiritual.Spiritual is divine
Life is a pilgrimage. Each moment is to be lived in depth, because each moment contains God, hidden within it.
Queenie Hennessy - "I am here to die."Sister Mary Inconnue - "Pardon me but you are here to live until you die. There is a significant difference.
May my soul radiate light and love.
After many paths and many years, perhaps many lifetimes, we become aware of the sacredness of our suffering.
Think while walking, walk while thinking, and let writing be but the light pause, as the body on a walk rests in contemplation of wide open spaces.
You lift your head, you’re on your way, but really just to be walking, to be out of doors. That’s it, that’s all, and you’re there. Outdoors is our element: the exact sensation of living there.
And as we know from the pilgrimage diaries of Swami Ramdas, it is when we renounce everything that everything is given to us, in abundance. Everything: meaning the intensity of presence itself.
Every great journey stimulates great faith and great joy.
Praying is holy pilgrimage.
My prayer is my pilgrimage.
With great passion, observe every details of the sacred journey.
Faith is not the clinging to a shrine but an endless pilgrimage of the heart.
I am on pilgrim to self-realisation.
Let thy pilgrimage be a prayer.
Self education is holy mission.
There is of course a deep spiritual need which the pilgrimage seems to satisfy, particularly for those hardy enough to tackle the journey on foot.
Frequently we do not leave the past behind. We clasp on to it. We dissect it, and let fears for the future, tempered by the past, unconsciously prevent us from taking up the task eternal.
How could we have discovered great lands, if we dare not travel?
What lies ahead is often unknown. But keep traveling.