Pilgrim’s Digress

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Don Egan was feeling restless and wanted to ponder the meaning of life. So he got in his car and drove over 2,700 miles around Britain for two weeks. He headed down to Land’s End and then meandered all the way up to John O’Groats and then back to Suffolk.

He met up with old friends, made new friends and thought about lost friends. He revisited places that seemed to have some spiritual significance, and sometimes found significance where he least expected it.

Like many of us, Don is bored by traffic jams, irritated by loud people and frustrated when there’s no Wifi. But he takes these everyday experiences, as well as the bigger challenges of life, and makes us think a little harder about them. He sees the spiritual in the everyday, while still keeping his feet firmly on the ground.

Heartwarming and humourous, poignant and unexpected, this story may inspire you on your own journey.

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