Monthly Archives: May 2012

Old men ought to be explorers

The title for this post is a line in the poem, East Coker, one of T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets.  Eliot writes,  “Old men ought to be explorers. Here and there does not matter We must be still and still moving … Continue reading

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Take the long way home

  I first heard about El Camino de Santiago in 1977 when I attended a Cursillo Retreat in northern Idaho. (I’m sure some professor mentioned pilgrimages when I was in college, maybe when I was wallowing through Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales, … Continue reading

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