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Belur Math Pilgrimage – 2015, Day – 5 Special Lunch and Afternoon at Jorasanko

August 7, 2015

 Special Lunch and Afternoon at Jorasanko (Rabindranath Tagore’s House)

At Cossipore Garden House there was a peaceful environment. A couple of devotees questioned, “Why are we going back to the hotel?  2,624 more words


Snap Shots of the Via Francigena

Enjoy our snap shots of walking of the Via Francigena. The Italian Section starting from the Aosta Valley and ending in Rome. Around 950km of fantastic walking and was a trip to remember.   9 more words

Jean-Christophe Rufin: Walking your way to happiness - Auckland Writers Festival 2016

Two thousand people packed the ASB theatre at the Auckland Writers Festival on Sunday to hear Jean-Christophe Rufin (co-founder of Doctors Without Borders and former French Ambassador to Senegal) talk about walking. 517 more words


Only connect

 a local pilgrimage

in a ‘not so local’ church

many are passing guests of the Lord

Far from distracted am I

just amazed by hair styles, hair colours and  all others… 63 more words


Christian Pilgrimages and their Significance to Art, The Heart, and The Soul. A brief take on the topic.

My husband and I recently watched the movie The Way with Martin Sheen.   It is about people making the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela in Northern Spain to venerate the relic of Saint James the Apostle.   902 more words

Weak and Fallen Before Easter

We need to recognise that as Christians, if we are truly following Christ, not just abandoning him at the Cross, denying him or God forbid betraying Him, we will receive the same insults.  766 more words

Life And Death

Belur Math Pilgrimage – 2015, Day – 5 Morning at Baranagore Math

August 7, 2015

Going to Baranagore Math

On Friday, all the pilgrims woke up around 5:30 am, got ready and went downstairs for a lovely breakfast at the Gucchi. 8,311 more words