Caistor Hall Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... famous play 'The Witch of Edmonton’, published as long ago as 1658, then walking seems to be an appropriate way to pass through life. Writing as one goes, then becomes no more or less than documenting one’s life journey and is perhaps worth the effort, if only to help me understand where I’ve come from and to make sure in wandering, I’m not simply going round in circles.
So, what of our wandering over these past few months and has it brought ...
... of the three of us, however tenuous, it would have been discussed!! And to fortify ourselves so that we were able to continue such deep and insightful discussions (!), we ate and drank ourselves through the vast contents of Maureen's fridge (Maureen obviously thought we needed to be fattened up so had bought endless savoury and sweet food, so we willingly obliged. By the end of the three days, we both felt ...
... that the Earth and its inhabitants form a living whole, we will have transcended the barrier of time to link in spirit with those who lived their vision in another age. As another great cycle of Time draws to a close, the dawn of a new understanding illuminates the horizon: Humanity will assume its proper place in the scheme of things as co-creators of the world about us, a voluntary return to Divine Law. The memories that are now stirring within every individual are ...
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Or not to be?
I have to admit I start with no great expectation for scenery which will make the next hour memorable. We bide our time crossing a busy road next to our B&B as we head west. It seems the paradox a pilgrim regularly has to confront, that just as we are approaching the east coast, the first direction to which we point our bodies is directly the opposite. Very quickly, however, we find the footpath we ...
... a bubble or flash of fin on the surface, but it’s impossible to really track the progress or actually see the object sought. Pilgrimage though does not feel like another simply version of busyness. It’s like the unity that Satish Kumar talks about in reuniting Soil, Society and Soul. We need Hands, Head and Heart to be engaged in an activity if it is to have meaning and not simply be wasted busyness. In walking, I feel I am physically active but also my head in engaged ...