Category Archives: Travel

Reluctant Warrior

I love Assisi and the Military Veterans Pilgrimage. It’s helped to make me whole. In the spring of 1972 my life was interrupted by a draft notice. I was opposed to war then and now. I think there are better … Continue reading

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The Good Journey

As we parted company this morning my friend John said, ‘Donald, this has been the good journey.’ Indeed it has and in the space of nine days we traveled over ten thousand miles via jet aircraft, taxi, bus and on … Continue reading

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A journey toward healing

Beyond PTSD: A Spiritual Journey into Wholeness and Love by Gregory J. Masiello My rating: 5 of 5 stars This is a wonderfully insightful book which I read in less than a day. I simply could not put it down. … Continue reading

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Peacemakers among us

Publicly resisting evil and making peace in the world are at the heart of every authentic spirituality. Unfortunately, few of us make the critical connection between the spiritual life on the one hand, and war, poverty and nuclear weapons on … Continue reading

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We don’t get many people like you

In the past week during my stay in Tempe AZ I’ve been traveling around the area on Uber. Uber is a great way to get from point to point. It’s safe, efficient and all the drivers have been very friendly … Continue reading

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Our changing weather patterns

It’s not news to most folks whether you’re a climate change believer or denier that our weather is getting screwy as Elmer Fudd would say. We flew from Buffalo, New York to Phoenix, Arizona on Thursday and our flight was … Continue reading

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Uber in the Valley

Until March of this year I had not tried Uber. On a trip to Tempe AZ in March I decided to give it a try. I was skeptical and reluctant. My first ride in the valley was from my sister’s … Continue reading

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