Walking through Spain

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Walking through Spain


What is very interesting about the walk in Spain is that the walking part is mostly done alone.  Every now and then you may walk with someone but it is alone.  Then when you arrive to a destination for the night everyone share´s their personal experiences along their journey with both old and new friends.  Old friends are the people you have met 6 days ago.  The sharing of one´s heart and one´s life is priceless and to see the changes people have made along the way. So the feeling of today is love.  Love of the process, love of the walk, and most importantly love of the (our) Camino community.  Some new people some old but a community none the less. 

What makes me laugh us that I have no idea when I am in Spain.  It´s a dot on a map with no name.  But it´s a part of the Camino. A city that was created only for the Camino. A city whose soul purpose was to share and care for the pilgrims of the Camino.  How many cities do you know like that?  here in Spain there are many.  How can cities exist like that but we as humans cannot.  Are we not kinda missing the point of being alive?

Note:  Today belongs to the pack.  It gave me hell today.  HA HA it said to me… Damn the pack…

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Bonnie Canal

Bonnie Canal, MBCP is an internationally recognized leader in both community and business resilience innovations and strategies. This is achieved by engaging the entire business’s entire organization and with a keen focus on the key leadership personnel.Bonnie has over 30 years’ experience the Information Technology Sector with the last 12 specializing in Business Resilience.

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