"Not All Who Wander Are Lost"

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Adventure Pilgrimage: The Shroud of Turin

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The Shroud of Turin is the burial cloth of Jesus. At the moment of resurrection, his Holy Image was passed on to the shroud. The Shroud was moved to different locations through its 2,000 years of existence. Its current location is in Turin, Italy. The Shroud is exposed to the public for short weeks every twenty-five years. The last exposition occurred during April and May of this year. With a small backpack in hand and a good book about the Shroud, I went forth in an adventure pilgrimage from Africa to Italy to seek this Holy Relic. (more…)

The Philosophy of Adventure

Adventure is a state of mind. Adventure can be literally a walk at a park near your house, or engaging in a voyage thousands of miles away from home. Adventure can be a great trip in your home state or a trip overseas to a far and away location. Adventure can be accomplished alone or with a team. Adventure also can be done with family and children. Your state of mind is what decides whether you are on an adventure or misadventure.  (more…)