Wandering Souls

I used to envy folks who had a “home” solidly based in a faith tradition. I assumed they were very comfortable and felt safe. I felt like a lone traveler without a home. Now I find comfort in knowing there are many of us wanderers. Perhaps what we lack in superficial safety, we make up for with depth of experience. I recently came across a poem posted by Jamie Walters at Sophia’s Children that expresses this…

QuoteWorthy: Pilgrim, Gypsy, Wanderer Soul.

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About Beyond The Letter

Mike is a designer and writer. He blogs about the spiritual side of life at www.BeyondTheLetter.com. Additional background and sample pages from his book of spiritual poetry can be found at www.dyingtolivebook.com.

Posted on June 2, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Thank you! For finding a great website – and a great quote, too. Cousineau’s book is one of those you can pick up, read for a bit, and get wonderful meaning from. Then six months later, pick it up again and re-discover the same passage in a totally different way. While I haven’t brought the book with me, I’ll admit to having a few of his comments squirreled away to use at some point.

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  2. Hi Jim, Thanks for that book recommendation. I’ll check it out. I guess with traveling the world, you can always just access books in the “cloud.” The printed versions might just weigh you down.

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