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Walking into the Unknown: Reflections of a 77-mile pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago

“A pilgrim must make themselves vulnerable. Vulnerability makes you prioritize everything. By thinking in this way when you return home, you may approach everyday life differently. Vulnerability is also where God is. For those undertaking religious pilgrimages, the goal is not the final destination, but closeness to God.” Pilgrim B.

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