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Pilgrims and other backpackers, here's food for thought as you walk! Inspired by the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile path across northern Spain, this book offers eloquent messages from every continent, across many religious traditions and ways of knowing. Whether you want to plead for strength, give thanks for nature, request divine guidance, or ponder your life goals, it's ...more
Paperback, 132 pages
Published July 17th 2020 by
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Sep 08, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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Okay, I edited the book. That means I OUGHT to love it, right? Well, I’m proud of this gem!

The book represents a wide variety, in terms of religion, nationality, gender, and time period. It was designed to be carried on the Camino de Santiago and shared with Spanish-speakers. But it’s for anyone on a pilgrimage - physical or spiritual.

If your backpack is full, please go to my website and download the free PDF for your phone.
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Chris Clark was an educator at the University of Notre Dame for 22 years. He helped faculty integrate technology into their teaching, edited a popular blog, and taught "Applied Multimedia". Mr. Clark is now retired and living near Saugatuck, Michigan. ...more

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