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NorthernLightsJunkie Oct 24
ICYMI: Here's a travel guide for fans who will trek to Switzerland once the pandemic is over. You can even google the actual chalet they used for the last scenes. But it's a private residence though, so you can only come near it. 🪂🥰
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Eastbourne Pilgrimage Project Oct 28
We're bewitched by the idea of a local that includes popping into Hertsmonceux Castle, a magical place that's like a private island where you could even pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.
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Aiveen Mullally Oct 27
This day 8 years ago I was at the Sea of Galilee. These were shells from the shore.
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Tim Butler Oct 26
Pilgrims bound with staff and faith rest thy bones.
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Dr Anne E Bailey Oct 28
After a light-hearted approach to pilgrimage yesterday, next week's will explore a fundamental aspect of travel with the theme SHELTER.
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Dr Richard Scriven Oct 28
My article on the North Wales Pilgrims Way is out now. It explores how a walking combines physical activity, personal and spiritual encounters, and natural & spiritual landscapes
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Andrew Durling 8h
A great solace for me in these times is to make my own , as often as I can, to a local church, St Nicolas, in , which kindly keeps its door open every day for private prayer. The doorway itself has crosses carved by pilgrims of long ago.
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Eastbourne Pilgrimage Project 9h
Richard Jefferies, an English mystic, writes eloquently in his book, Song of My Heart, about a profound mystical experience he had at Pevensey Castle, very near : . Also, two ancient churches sit either side of the castle.
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Afrosum Holidays Oct 28
What would take home from Turkey?? 🤔 🌷 🌯 ☕ 🧿 . . .
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Tim Butler 11h
a special thank you to and for the gift of my staff. My constant companion which became the symbol of my pilgrimage.
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Travelogy India Oct 25
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Authentic Journeys 15h
We expect many of you are like us, missing and longing to walk the again. Check out our tours for 2021 and 2022 to see how you can with us
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Morten Tolboll 8h
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Spirit Coach® Training - Founder, Jenai Lane 7h
A throwback for Thursday from the ® Training blog: My To France I was in Carcassonne, a picturesque medieval town. I had a strange feeling I'd been there before as I prayed in front of... Read The Here:
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Al Haramain Tours 21h
Al Haramain Hajj & Umrah Tours Ltd | The Black Stone of the Testifies the Fulfillment of the of ’s Servants!!! Visit - Or Quick Call - 01254 290101
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First Trinity Lutheran Church Oct 27
Don't miss Rev. Laura Ingersol's beautiful sermon this week about the Lutheran Reformation & her experience taking a Civil Rights pilgrimage using her faith & identity lens
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Japan's Local Treasures 3h
Musashi Mitake Shrine is a shrine located on Mt. Mitake and has been a place used for mountain worship and pilgrimages for people from all over the Kanto area.
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lwijnia Oct 27
I wrote a blog about my Art Stations research, it's now up online at the site. The blog discusses some of the findings in my article published this summer in . Hope you enjoy it!
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Tim Butler Oct 28
Day 5. Wye to Chartham Hatch. 12.5 miles. Steep climb up to the North Downs Way then after lunch in Chilham along the Stour Valley Walk. Chilham must be amongst the prettiest villages I’ve ever been to. Canterbury tomorrow and the culmination of our .
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Steven McFadden Oct 27
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