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The Pilgrim And The Patient: The Santiago De Compostela Trail
Lloyd I. Sederer, MD
Medical editor, mental health for The HuffPost
My wife and I began the pilgrimage in Le Puy, walking a week or so each year for nine years, always picking up where we last
The Way of St. James
11 Profound Photos From Black Women At The Women's March
"Don't forget: white women voted for Trump."
Saying Goodbye to the Freak Show: Side Show's Inevitable Demise
Cara Joy David
New York-based entertainment journalist
And so it goes -- another production of
leaves us. Its cult status will remain, untouched by mainstream attention. This is no surprise to those of us who follow such things. In fact, the surprise was that it came at all.
Spiritual or Religious? False Dichotomy
Writer, Essayist, Poet
The notion that one can be spiritual but not religious is like saying you have blood in your body, but don't care much for the skeleton. Similarly, claiming you need to go to Church to be spiritual is like saying you need to shop at Macy's to wear clothes. Both ideas are bunk.
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