Reflections on the Pilgrim Life, Continued

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Sometimes the pilgrimage gives you dysentery—
Getting sick, like traveling, is a very revealing art

It challenges you to rest,
To encounter your human limitations

And invites you to lean into Divine Grace

To feel it all in full living color,
To let it pass through

Another adventure on the road to wholeness—
Another stop on the road home

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