The important thing to remember when reading this blog is that it basically has to do with the Camino. And a saying that goes with the Camino is, “When you get to Santiago your Camino begins.” Yes. And so this is where I still am today years later, walking my personal Camino and that is really what this blog is about.
I met someone new yesterday who was very interested in finding us here and checking it out. So, this is mostly for her or for others new on the scene. I know getting up to speed on a blog might be daunting, reading for weeks to get a glimpse of the flow, of the theme. So, there is a big hint.
And the saying largely fueled the early days and years of my writing here. What exactly does this mean I explored. And here today years later I am still on this trail because we did find the answer to it. It is exactly what it says. The Trail in Spain and all the glorious details of it, the revelations on it, the pain and the healing of it was a training ground to prepare me/us to come back to our lives and
have a new and better way to see things. A new way to be has been learned and internalized.
And we have good days and bad and good years and bad but we continue. We continue creatively and joyfully in the rain and the sun both. We welcome others. We begin to leave space for others in our schedule in our view. We appreciate things and people and efforts made. Taking things for granted is gone now.
The ability to walk or to “walk” is a joy. No need to stress over getting to a goal. Living gracefully turns into the goal of goals.
So, we have maybe greatly expanded the definition of the Camino or more correctly we have found the Camino to be a very expansive concept. It is the Way as has been said. None of this is new really just new to each of us as we discover it and see it.
So, yea, as Kelly would say to me, “Let’s review…” That is what we are doing today.
let’s review loves, Felipé.