I will respectfully disagree with my friend @t2andreo on this one. Because not everyone experiences this. Not at all - it depends on many things. I love being on the camino but love life off the camino too - and I've never had the experience Tom describes.As you "come down" from your Camino high you will start to experience post-Camino depression (PCD).
instead volunteer at a local seniors centre or hospital, where you can interact with people travelling on a different Way.
Exactly...that beautiful feeling of connection that comes from knowing we're all just fellow travelers, everyone walking through life. And being able to manifest the natural kindness that comes from knowing that. Wonderful...I work as an interpreter for young Hispanic families with special needs children - how sweet to realize that my pilgrimage can continue through my service to them
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