Epilogue: Tanis is now in Saskatoon awaiting her second stem-cell transplant. She continues to meet each day head on--and I continue to learn how to walk. Both point to the pilgrimage that lies at the heart of making a better world. Every pilgrimage is a quest for illumination, a search for a full heart; it is a time to discover what is really going on within, to use the gift of freedom in a way that brings about deeper commitment and engagement in life-giving responsibilities.
Creating a short pilgrimage can help address key questions: ‘Do I need to momentarily take leave from the highly competitive world in which I live? Would I like to find relief from the speed of rapidification that I am asked to travel? How can I gain perspective? What is the best way to live in these times? This paper could be of interest to those who are attracted to the idea of creating their own Camino-like Walk, tailor made to fit their particular needs. Designing a Laudato Si walk provides an...Read More