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  • 17 décembre 2019
    Bernard Delhomme

    On the sacred trail of the Camino de Santiago, Greg set out to write about the people God puts in our lives, even if it’s only for a day or two. He soon discovered a path filled with interesting coincidences, odd twists and turns, vivid dreams, and sojourners who wrestle with the modern day rift between spirituality and religion. Along the Way, his longstanding interest in the Psychological principles which underlie spiritual matters was rekindled, leading him to examine the divide through the lens of a practicing Catholic. He parses out a number of universal Psychological processes associated with faith practices and ties them back to newfound discoveries from the Camino. Fellow trekkers who described themselves as more spiritual than religious offered much food for thought to the struggles at hand. Eventually, the journey leads him to see the threads of our lives that bind all of us together in the Camino of life, some of which were woven before we were even born.