Jim could have not said it any better what it’s like to walk Santiago de Compostela. in 1:56 minutes. If you can, take time to take this trip of your life time. I did walk last year and I must say, I am still processing the journey. Thank you for encouraging me, Jim. Blessings.
A year-ago today it was St. James day in Spain; I took my final step of my Camino de Santiago. Little did I know what the next year would bring and where would I be without this experience? Is it true that when you take your final step, a new life-long journey begins with a different view about life?
I remember the day as I walked by myself to the end of my 56-day journey. My head and heart were filed with an emotion I never knew existed. My heavy backpack felt like feathers. I carried my pack every inch of the way from France through 164 villages to Santiago, Spain; it was over 500 miles. I walked with no money for food, which taught me the true meaning of humility!
As I stood in front of this historic cathedral, I looked at…
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