Whyte: we are all pilgrims into the unknown

By Liz Hall and Ros Soulsby Poet David Whyte led delegates on an intimate journey drawing on his experiences and poetry, and the metaphor of a pilgrim for our travels through life and as a way to hold courageous conversations with ourselves and our world. He described a pilgrim as someone passing through quite quickly, who depends on hospitality and help from friends and strangers, who is subject to changing weather, and who finds the destination changes the nearer they get to it. Having a sense of the horizon is important as we travel through life, but what lies there remains unknown until...

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