Here, as way of processing, is an account of my time walking to Santiago de Compostela. It has not been proofread and not all the photos are here yet, and I will do those things at some point, it's just that point is not quite now (I am getting the train to Madrid)! Day 1 … Continue reading Walking the Way of St James – being a pilgrim
Two days ago I arrived in Santiago de Compostela having walked 118km over 5 days, from Sarria. This is the last section of the Camino Francés, or the Way of St. James, a Christian pilgrim path that is over 10 centuries old. The cathedral at Santiago is said to house the remains of the apostle … Continue reading Walking the Way of St James – Becoming a Pilgrim
The road from Bethlehem to Calvary is trafficked by angels.
Jesus' anointing at Bethany: the heralding of a new spiritual, economic and political empire.
On how we oppose injustice by dehumanising dehumanizers or by constructing a notion of 'fighting for justice' as a battle in opposition to an 'other' + thoughts on a way out.
A way not to lose sight of the sweet, fierce pleasure of knowing Jesus
A different sort of race to run.
Our feet can walk the road ahead with peace because Jesus has walked there before us.
The following is a small taster of what I believe.
Not a place to retreat to, but equipment to go out in.
A constant for unconstants