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weisstj74@gmail.com · 15 June, 2020 at 8:49 am

I believe in life you have to take in that around you, you need to stop, enjoy the sounds, the smells and be in th moment. I try to always be the pilgrim, to enjoy the moment not just rush through it. Being on my couch, cuddling up with my children, listening to their laughter and just being with them..this is my best place to be a pilgrim.

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suzannekingpsych@gmail.com · 14 May, 2020 at 11:35 am

I have just last week become a grandmother for the first time and I believe I experience being a pilgrim when I hold him and become immersed in his sounds, movements and breath. I notice so much detail and feel drawn in to this new experience. It has certainly changed me!

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chrisstewart501@me.com · 18 January, 2020 at 9:52 am

I had an interesting experience when I decided to have an exhibition of paintings based on the Foreshore Walk in Glebe. It is a walk I do most days for exercise. When I realised I had to find subjects for paintings I looked at things far more carefully and found to my amazement that I saw things I had never noticed before, even though I had been doing this walk for years. Oysters on the rocks, patterns of shadows on the pavement, a set of steps, views across the water – it greatly enhanced my experience of that walk.

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dwkfish2@gmail.com · 17 February, 2019 at 4:11 am

At 6am in the morning when meditating about my life and family

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