Walker, There is No Road

There is much healing that comes from sharing our story with others, both for ourselves and for our fellow-walkers on this path we call life.

Everyone’s story is unique and yet somehow they’re all the same. By seeing the common threads, we see the cloth that holds us all together. We’re all following—and sometimes falling into—the same patterns. We’re not alone.

So here is the story about how I made my life’s road by putting one foot in front of the other.

In Courage, Peace and Love,

— Jill Loree

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From Proverbs and Tiny Songs

  You walking, your footsteps are

the road, and nothing else;

there is no road, walker,

you make the road by walking.

By walking you make the road,

and when you look backward,

you see the path that you

never will step on again.

Walker, there is no road,

Only wind-trails in the sea.

– By Antonio Machado (1875–1939), translated by Robert Bly

 

WALKER: A Memoir about How I Made a Road

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