April 27: Momentum – Pilgrimage of Resurrection
(A Creative Journey through the Easter Season)

Pilgrimage of Ressurection

Word for Today: Momentum

April 27 - MomentumOn a true pilgrimage, we soon discover that the journey has its own rhythm and momentum. We realize, if our hearts are listening, that there are secret destinations that reveal themselves as our path unfolds.

—Christine Valters Paintner, The Soul of a Pilgrim: Eight Practices for the Journey Within

Reflective Question: As you set out upon your pilgrimage, can you leave behind your maps and guides, your desire to know beforehand which path to follow, and loosen your grip on plans and certainties?


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2 Responses

  1. “momentum”

    breathing into this moment
    releasing
    what we “know”
    opening to divine revealing

    sacred unfolding

    this self
    this life
    this world
    this one ~
    being
    now

    with deep gratitude

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