Walking with Pacence: -A True Journey-
When I stopped running away from the world, I started hiking the Appalachian Trail. As I continued hiking the trail, I began Walking With Pacence.
Subject: Re: Hello!
Date: Sunday, August 4, 2002, 1:24am
It is so wonderful to hear from you. I'm in Kent, Connecticut couple days past Bear Mountain. If you and others are still interested, I would love to have you meet me somewhere up the trail. I'll be checking my e-mails more frequently knowing that we may meet up.
I have so much to share with you, and I'm looking forward to chatting someday soon.
If it's one thing that I've learned on this trail, it is that one does not have to be on the trail, to be on The Trail. This experience has transitioned from what was a physical journey to a mental journey to being completely emotional and then finally, the spiritual pilgrimage that I was searching for. I had eventually found this path as soon as I stopped searching for it, and now there is no separation between the physical/mental/emotional/spiritual it has all fused into one harmonious path, the path of love and it is here where everything exists and everything is real!
I would love to share this path with you, so let's be in touch and try to make it happen.
Harmony and love Pacence
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