Perspectives – Take a hike
Pilgrims are looking for change on their journeys, and coaching is ready to help them find it
What is it about the Camino de Santiago, the long walk in Spain along a medieval pilgrimage route, that has such an effect on those who take it? The pilgrimage, virtually dead in the 1960s, is thriving again, with huge economic, social, religious and personal significance. Every year up to 250,000 people walk along it. Many are unsure why. For every conventional Catholic there are several walkers seeking spiritual truth of some sort, solace for a loss, preparation...
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