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  • 28 juin 2011
    Bernard Delhomme

    When Aviva was diagnosed with cancer, she decided she had to go for a walk. A very long walk. A walk on a medieval French pilgrimage road. During three years, she followed the 460-mile-long Way of Saint James that stretches from Le Puy-en-Velay to the Pyrenees.

    Join her as she makes meaning out of a life-challenging event and fuses her inner and outer experiences step by step. Meet her companions on the way-her husband, Gary, and the intriguing pilgrims they encounter. Experience the French countryside, architecture, and cuisine through her eyes. Drawing on decades of research, Aviva brings to her journey her wide-ranging curiosity about pilgrimage, religion, Black Madonnas, medieval history and art, and the power of sacred places.