Instead of tossing the book on top of my stack of "to do" materials, I sat down in the morning sunshine and started reading. I am so glad I did! Whether you take many business trips every week, travel once a year to some faraway clime, or never leave your comfortable armchair, "The Way of the Traveler" can be useful.
This book offers us the possibility to live more credibly, whether we're traveling or not. But certainly when we do hit the road, we are issuing a desire for some sort of transformation, and it's worth considering what that change is or can be.
Rosemary Zibart is a writer in Sante Fe, New Mexico. -- BookPage, December 1999 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I found this to be SO inspiring that I am implementing it on next trip this year !!Published 5 months ago by vern
I am about to walk the Camino de Santiago and was looking for some insight to making my walk more spiritual. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Stevelm1
not done reading it but so far very good - it is perfect to plug into my current journaling and spiritual practices.Published 13 months ago by Kathleen
Before you take another trip, you must read this little book. The author helps make each and every journey more of an adventure - even when you are just off to visit relatives or... Read morePublished 21 months ago by Shari Nova
Gift for my lady friend. She takes advantage of my Amazon account. And Me. Them we have to discuss the book.Published on March 18, 2013 by Joseph M. Logan
Good book for photographers - kinda Zen esthetic approach. Every trip is a journey of insightful dimensions.Published on October 12, 2009 by DonD
I loved this book. Taking me through the entire journey of travel, from getting the idea to go somewhere to sharing my experiences with others, the author suggests ways of... Read morePublished on July 21, 2007 by R. Lilly
Have you ever met a person where every single thing that happens to them is a spiritual awakening? The kind of person that can't go to the bathroom without making some sort of... Read morePublished on July 18, 2006 by Hoke
There's something both comforting and unsettling in Mr. Dispenza's book and I think that's the point. When we take a journey we learn about the world and we learn about ourselves. Read morePublished on May 28, 2006 by Gregory A. Kompes