Time flies and week 3 of Inktober challenge passed by. Here's a round-up.
While traveling in Iran in 2010 I had to wear a head scarf. It was challenging to me but I had to wear it out of respect and regulations of the country. What I've learned later was that this rather small clothing detail has quite a significant story behind.
Beijing, the capital city of China, has some amazing pilgrimage sites to offer inside and outside the city.
Okinawa, a Japanese island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, has a Hawaii like weather, mythological protectors, and several unexpected pilgrimage routes and sacred sites.
Pilgrimage exists within various religions all over the world. With a short introduction to Jewish pilgrimage, I will start the "Roots" section of my blog. Why Judaism first? Just because I study it these days at the university and recently had to make a short presentation in one of my classes. Roots of Jewish Pilgrimage … Continue reading Jewish Pilgrimage
Washington D.C. is a hotspot for politics. But did you know that it has not only the White House but also some interesting sites for pilgrimage?
California... I have recently visited Los Angeles (February 2019) and was amazed by the pleasant climate and beautiful nature there. Seems to be a paradise to walk! Here are some ideas on pilgrimage routes. I included some customized affiliate links in this article in order to help you plan your pilgrimage and accommodation while going … Continue reading Pilgrimage in California, USA
Greece is not only the cradle of democracy but also the land of first pilgrimages.
Argentina's most popular pilgrimages: Camino de Salta, Nuestra Señora de Luján, and the Gauchito Gil.
Baha'i pilgrimage sites in Israel.