Rediscovering the divine in a journey abroad
What a journey! It sounds as if you were meant to be there so you could discover a something "other." I'm going to have to look into Ms. Kisner. Sounds like her work is my kind of reading! Wonderful reflective piece. Thank you for sharing it.
Such beautiful writing as always, David. Gorgeous photos as well. I am now very intrigued by the concept of "thin places" - and will keep this one close to my heart. Thanks for all of this.
Sounds like a magnificent journey. Lovely essays out of it.
What a magical journey. I started diving into the Celtic myth and rituals in a real way a few years ago but haven't been introduced to this concept (at least not in a way I remember). I appreciate you taking me along here and introducing me to the concept of the thin/porous places in such a generous way.