It's now day 53 of being on the road, and I have been overwhelmed with the messages from people encouraging me to continue on through every difficulty and hardship that presents itself. Thank you! I don't know where I would be without your support. YOU keep me going. I am now in Brookings, Oregon, awaiting … Continue reading Day 53: There are fires happening in California to navigate
Hi friends! If you didn't know, a little over a week ago I started a 1400 mile pilgrimage down the west coast. It should take at least 3 months to reach San Diego. I have thus far walked about 140 miles to the central coast of Oregon. The purpose of this walk is to raise … Continue reading Walking 1400 miles to end poverty!
The great highway 101 of the west coast.
Arrived back in the Oregon coast last night and found some amazing new friends around the campfire. It's amazing how much trust and freedom is unearthed when we have no fear of what others may think. Greatly looking forward to what may happen tonight and tomorrow as I continue walking south beside the mighty Pacific.
What is the reason you are alive? What is it that motivates you to overcome difficulties of life? What do you really want? What do you hope to achieve? Where do you place your focus? What do you think about most often? Here is a short video that may inspire some more reflective thoughts … Continue reading Some Questions for Contemplating Life
Many years ago I remember asking my father if there was ever a point in his life where he discovered his mission in life- his purpose for what he was here on planet earth to do. I’ve often been told I am an idealist with grand impossible goals for what I want to do and … Continue reading What Is Your Mission In Life?
THE SUN BEAMED LIGHT upon my eyes and through clouds as the sound of a street cleaner vehicle hummed the sound of a symphony gently ending their crescendo with soft somber beauty. I thought this must be what it is like when one leaves Earth and is sung into heaven by a choir of angels. … Continue reading The Song of the Oregon Coast
I CLIMBED THE STEEP INCLINE of Earth mounting my way through winding trail of mud and puddles and rocks. I wore my glasses which I hate to wear as they only correct the vision in my left eye while leaving my right to fend for itself in the cloudy haze of blur. This does well … Continue reading The Reward of a Pilgrim
He was staggering the campgrounds scratching his scalp, aimless and with a most worried look on his face. His name was was David and within the first few minutes (sometimes seconds) he would explain to whomever he met that his wife was murdered and his son committed suicide one week after. Those events occurred two … Continue reading Life Gets Better From Here
Yesterday I completed walking 100 miles from Seattle to Canada to raise awareness and funds for restoring water wells in South Sudan. As I walked 15 - 30 miles each day, there was a great deal of time I had to consider this transition of life's path I feel is occurring for what I wish … Continue reading Announcing the Creation of Earth Pilgrim