Camino de Santiago de Compostela
"Have a Goal and Work Towards Achieving it!"
PHILOSOPHY BEHIND –SPAIN, FRANCE, ITALY'S-CAMINO DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA
The path to spirituality is tough but for those who seek his love, there is nothing that holds them back. So if the path to our life’s challenges – when we decide to face them with utmost spirit, there is nothing that holds us from achieving success.
WHY AND HOW 'CAMINO DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA'?
Camino De Santiago De Compostela is a network of routes spread across Europe that lead to the city of Santiago De Compostela in Spain which holds the shrine of St. James. People travel these roads on foot, bicycles or other mediums to finish their pilgrimage and believe it to be an experience that unites them with the Lord.
Declared as one of the World Heritage Sights, Camino De Santiago, also known as the The Way Of St. James, is one of the biggest pilgrim places around the world with people from all over the world coming to tread the 500 mile path. The long road offers ample time and silence for the people to unite with God and seek answers to their lives. Reflection and pondering on one’s own life gives deep insights into the problems we face and the solutions to the problems. While there are many routes, the French Route is the most famous and followed route to Santiago.
IMPLEMENTATION OF 'CAMINO DE SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA' IN OUR DAILY LIFE
Climb every mountain
Each one of us has some targets and difficult places that we want to reach in our lives. Set your eyes on your goal and strive hard to get there. Do not stop, do not get distracted. Challenge yourself and show it to the world what you are capable of. The challenge might be big or small, but keep climbing these mountains for constant progression and upliftment in your life.
This blog is inspired by: Secrets to Happiness from the Cultures of the World (Lonely Planet)
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