Ladders is a favorite of mine, despite the ads. This piece included a reference to writer/philosopher Edmund Burke and kept me engrossed in thought.
Acknowledging unimportance liberates us from the grips of the self-centered voice in our head that’s chiefly responsible for many of life’s difficulties.
— Read on https://www.theladders.com/career-advice/the-purpose-of-life-is-to-be-a-nobody
When do you feel like a nobody in the way described in this article? I have found the peace of insignificance when I am trekking and writing.
To readers and authors on Father’s Day:
I may not write a book with my three sons, but I am thankful we have shared other memorable times together, like riding mules to the bottom of the Grand Canyon.
Like the many bridges on the Francés, the Camino de Santiago was a connection for me in more ways than I ever thought possible. As I wrote Camino Sunrise, more “bridges” appeared, enhancing my appreciation of the trekking experience.
So, I ask, what connection do you most treasure from your Camino?