Open

He understood that in walking to atone for the mistakes he had made, it was also his journey to accept the strangeness of others. As a passerby, he was in a place where everything, not only the land, was open. People would feel free to talk, and he was free to listen. To carry a little of them as he went.

The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry by Rachel Joyce

 

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One response to “Open

  1. Harold Fry’s Unlikely Pilgrimage was amazing…we who read it are with him every step of the way…and richer for it!!
    “The least planned part of the journey, however, was the journey itself.”
    Xoxoxo

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