Wayfaring to Santiago taught me that every day can be infused with meaning and adventure, as it’s yet another day of our pilgrimage called life. Since I returned, I’ve been exploring the concept of everyday life as a pilgrimage.
Do you know exactly what your path looks like? Are you a 100% clear on where you want to go?
An important reason why we don’t reach our goals or intentions is because we aren’t clear about what it is that we actually want. When we’re not clear about what we want, we’ll quickly lose our focus, and end up making choices for the short-term – not with our dreams in mind.
2020 has shown us a whole new level of weird, and still trying to wrap our minds around it, we might feel like we haven’t gotten anywhere this year.
Talking about pilgrimage, I often refer to something beyond the physical journey of, for example, the Camino de Santiago. To me, the physical pilgrimage makes up just a tiny part of a larger journey.