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The excellent Solitary Walker Blog has recently asked What are you reading?
I would like to ask the same. I have a pile of books in front of me. I intend to read some of these over the summer – which is a time when there is a bit more space for reading.
These include a collection of Neruda’s poems – I want to see what comes of reading The Ascent of Machu Pichu alongside John of the Cross; Andre Louf’s The Cistercian Way will give insight into Cistercian life and spirituality before I walk the Welsh Cistercian Way; similarly, Sacred Britain by Martin and Nigel Palmer will help me reflect on landscape and pilgrimage; Rita Nakashima Brock’s Journeys by Heart will help me think further on some of the things suggested about transformation and energy by Teresa of Avila. Solea is an excellent European detective novel.
What are you reading? I would love to know.
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