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Living the Search for Peace

July 20, 2014


I published this post for a contest recently. Please check it out here on Dave’s Travel Corner…and if there’s a way to vote for your favorite contest entry, please do so! ******** Probably the biggest lesson that has shown itself to my wife and me since our launch from material life into a wanderlust spin […]

Cambodia: A Portal to the Self

July 3, 2014


Time is Wind-ing down in our SE Asia warp. Just that statement alone offers me a multi-path junction to pursue; so many places I can chase the rabbit hole with what we’ve learned and experienced from what will be five months of soul-searching in the enchanted Far East, as we Westerners have traditionally called this […]

The Destructive Path to Inner Peace

June 26, 2014


The book that could have been named “The destructive path to inner peace”. It is timely, direct, candid. It begs the question repeatedly, “What happens when you continue to ignore the wake-up calls from the Universe?”. Are you, or is someone you know, pushing too hard against an invisible wall? Maybe the angels are knocking […]

Camino de Santiago dedication: Veterans

May 20, 2014


We have our inspirations for our September Camino. I will dedicate each day of our walk to a specific veteran, of ANY COUNTRY. All veterans will be honored by my footsteps on the Camino de Santiago. I would love the names of veterans of any branch and country that you would want honored, still with […]

Time again for a Giveaway!!

May 5, 2014


Have you read Follies of an Awakening Fool yet? Why not!?!? Or wait, have you read it but not shared it with everyone you know?? I’m putting money (and I ain’t got a lot) on many in your contact lists finding some sort of value in my memoirs of a US Navy and ego-led life […]

“Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends.”

May 4, 2014


“The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land.” –G.K. Chesterton “Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends. You are […]

What, exactly, is Spiritual Traveling?

April 6, 2014


When the topic of traveling comes to mind, it can invoke, it seems, an extremely wide range of thoughts, topics, beliefs, and ideologies. The traveler within has many ideas of how a dream journey would play out: how it would feel; where it would take place; what the outcome might be; budget; why we would want […]