Tag: Pilgrimage

The Mountain is Detail: The Tension of Faith and Vision

A friend who spent most of his life in the mountains and now lives in the Piedmont recently said to me, “My only beef with North Carolina is the tree canopy. You can’t look out over things.” He has a point. In New Mexico,… Continue Reading “The Mountain is Detail: The Tension of Faith and Vision”

Pilgrimage of Heart and Bone

“One and one-half wandering Jews, free to wander wherever they choose. Are traveling together in the Sangre de Christo, The Blood of Christ Mountains, of New Mexico. On the last leg of a journey they started a long time ago. The arc of a love affair. Rainbows in… Continue Reading “Pilgrimage of Heart and Bone”

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