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... and meaning of the Mary Michael lines. There's no doubt in our minds and his that connecting with the earth energy is a two-way affair. That just as we may be able to feel or sense the earth energy, so through walking or attending to these currents we bring an energy of our own. In walking the length of the Mary Michael Pilgrims Way we will be one of the earlier pairs of pilgrims of this modern age. Its a route comprised of pathways, well known in more ancient days ...
... bride wants white and greenery. Such disconnected choices made in splendid isolation from one’s environment are not uncommon but nonetheless, somehow appear short-sighted. Once again we avail ourselves of a bench in the church yard for lunch, however, we are forced to think again as the dark clouds loom over us and the wind plays havoc with our food bags. Inside the porch we resume lunch as the skies open and very heavy downpour ensues. Duly fed, we donned our wet ...
... the Vikings in AD 869, through martyrdom gave this town its significance. People came to the town to visit the remains of Saint Edmund and in 1214 the English Barons met here to swear an oath in the Abbey to force King John to accept the Magna Carta. This gave rise to the town motto: "Shrine of a King, Cradle of the Law". During the afternoon as we walked through the ruins of the Abbey we saw a plaque with a lovely poem by J,Muskett remembering ...
... above me the day-blind stars
waiting with their light. For a time
I rest in the grace of the world, and am free."
Wendell Berry The Peace of Wild Things
The day comes to a lovely conclusion as we take Debby's freshly massaged feet out into the very chilly wet evening to a noodle bar and then to the old movie house for Billy Connolly's latest comedy, "What I did on my holiday". It's feels almost like we are on holiday rather than a pilgrimage.
... durant notre périple à travers l'Angleterre, les villages anglais ont beaucoup de charmes. En chemin vers Orford on a passé une maison semblant sortir tout droit d'un conte de fée. Ça ne se voit pas très bien sur la photo mais cette maison en briques rouges avec son toit de chaume, ses murs couverts de lierre et des parterres de fleurs multicolores nous a rappelé à tous les deux le conte de Hansel & Gretel.
Dans la ...