Travel as a Spiritual Act

A year and a half ago you might have been reading my blog about the Camino de Santiago. I hope you enjoyed it. I had so much fun writing it that I have been planning for months to put together this new blog. So it is now live for all to read. It is called “Travel as a Spiritual Act.” I don’t know a lot about life, but I know a few things. I like conversation and dialogue. I know a little about travel. I know something about the life of the spirit. So I thought it could be interesting to talk about both aspects of life and how they intersect.

You might take a look and see what you think. I have already posted six entries (even one from today, March 15th). Leave a comment if you are so inspired. Sign up to receive notifications of new posts. Pass the link on to others who might be interested. It will be fun to see what happens. Maybe we can explore together!

Jim Zazzera

By the way, the address for the site “Travel as a Spiritual Act,” is www.travelisspiritual.com.

Author: Jim Zazzera

I find myself thinking about the past, wondering about the future, and doing my best to live in the present.

3 thoughts on “Travel as a Spiritual Act”

  1. Jim, Thank you for this! I needed this today!

    Brett

    *Brett Shoemaker*

    *Associate Pastor, Youth and Families*

    *Faith Presbyterian Church*

    *(253) 651-6693 | bshoemaker@faithpresby.org *

    On Sun, Mar 15, 2020 at 12:13 PM Jim and Lena on the Camino wrote:

    > Jim Zazzera posted: ” A year and a half ago you might have been reading my > blog about the Camino de Santiago. I hope you enjoyed it. I had so much fun > writing it that I have been planning for months to put together this new > blog. So it is now live for all to read. It is calle” >

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  2. Thanks, Jim. Betty and I had a great trip to the Canyonlands in Arizona and Utah. It really did lift our spirits and us happy. Thanks for you thought. Paul Keller

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  3. Thanks, Jim. A good time for this. For my part I sent Lena a text with a link to Abbey of the Arts for their Novena for Times of Unraveling which is free and begins on Tuesday. This may or may not be of interest to you. Ricky and I are both registered as are 1500 others. Several from my Faith Sharing group are signed up. I participated in their New Year free course and really enjoyed it. Stay safe. I went to the grocery store Friday and also filled up my car gas tank and have been at home since then. Looks like we will all be isolated now after Newsom’s directive.

    Jo Ann

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