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Over the last few days I have been given a few questions and statements that I want to chew on as I walk the next months.
There is this fascinating sentence by Andre Louf:
But very few, despite their doubtless sincere interest, are truly sensitive to the demands of what one could call the ‘poetry’ of a pilgrimage.
I think he is talking about sensitivity to culture, to people, to relationships. I pray for such openness.
Is this helping me become more Jesus shaped?
How does this connect with my ordinary life and ministry?
Is being a pilgrim to be in search of the heart, of the deepest thing?
How am I to pray?
What is the most important thing in my life?
What does it mean to be a pilgrim?
Any other questions for me?
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