Molly Lord wrote to me about my podcast opening cans of worms in her world. Well, it was Molly who opened the worm cans in our spirited and delightful discussion. We talk about her work in the world of music, the Camino and Molly's story, and then Molly taps into the musician in me to reveal what motivates ME. I was both fascinated and humbled. Enjoy, dm.
More episodes from "My Camino - the podcast"
Cici Edwards-Jensen and Mike Jensen walked the Camino via de la Plata - and returned home with a book. Happiness Is THAT Way
54:23Cici Edwards-Jensen and Mike Jensen walked the Camino via de la Plata - and returned home with a book. Happiness Is THAT Way. They write alternating chapters in the book....and tell their vision and version of their journey together and alone. https://www.happinessisthatway.shop/
Saul Valdez walked the Camino to place his life-long stone at the Cruz de Ferro. Wait until you hear what it is......
1:00:05Saul Valdez lives in Hawaii and works in Los Angeles. He's a busy guy. He thought he was ready for retirement, so he headed to the Camino for an adventure. What he found was....himself. He placed a stone at the Cruz de Ferro he hoped would lighten what has weighed him down his whole life. It's an amazing story. You'll love Saul and his journey.
American pilgrim Trinity Om walked a 'spiritual adventure' to find the key to her future....what she found unlocked her heart
45:16Trinity Om came onto my radar when I saw a picture of her on social media reenacting the closing scenes of The Way in Morocco. I knew I had to talk to this pilgrim!! And what a joy it was to have this conversation from different sides of the world. We are all pilgrims.....for life.
250 episodes!! A look back at just a handful of my guests - 25 clips from 250 inspiring guests
36:16Thank you for your support and kindness over the last five years....here are some inspirational clips to celebrate 250 podcasts.
Liz Thomson walked the Camino to honour 240 victims of homicide in her home town of Alberquerque. This is pure magic!!
53:06This is one of my favourite podcasts - and considering we're just about to hit 150 episodes, that's saying something!!!! Liz ran the Alberquerque Police Dept's Homicide Unit for almost five years. 240 people were murdered on her watch, so she decided to honour them.....and how she did so is one of the best stories you're ever going to hear. You can find Liz, and the video of her Camino, at www.iwalkforthem.com
Northern Irish pilgrim Paul Murray has written a book 'From the Gaeltacht to Galicia: A Son's Tale'
1:02:38From the Gaeltacht to Galicia: A Son's Tale is a love story, a story about journeys of love and spirit....and incredible bravery and endeavour. You're going to love Paul's tales of Northern Ireland and beyond as he tells us all about his father, a widely respected and admired World War II doctor. You can buy Paul's book, From the Gaeltacht to Galicia: A Son's Tale via thegreatbritishbookshop.co.uk
Peter Schloss is a former mediator and judge who is compiling his Camino journals for his family. This is magic!
52:18Peter Schloss is compiling his Camino journals for his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. They'll come to know and love the spirit of adventure with which Peter and his wife Christine have lived their lives. You can find Peter's blog under "feed your soul" at www.mediationkc.com You're going to love this episode.
Douglas and Laurie Challenger are about to release a Camino film 'The Perpetual Journey - a Semester on the Road to Santiago'
49:28Douglas Challenger is a professor of sociology & documentary studies at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire. He and his wife Laurie take college students to walk the 500-mile Camino de Santiago for a semester abroad. Their film, released this month, features a group of students on an inspiring personal journey of transformation. Doug and Laurie's journey is just as inspiring. The video will be available for download from November 1, after it premieres at the Monadnock Film Festival via https://vimeo.com/ondemand/perpetualjourney
Camino YouTuber Dr Jeremiah Gibbs explains his motivation for leading pilgrims on a path of discovery
44:45Dr Jeremiah Gibbs is Chaplain at the University of Indianapolis. He started creating YouTube videos to help pilgrims learn the ropes of pilgrimage, not only on the Camino....but right across the world. This is a great discussion about what it's like to pursue a Christian vocation as your life's work. A wonderful chat about devotion....and discovery. You can find Jeremiah on YouTube at Camino Guide... and his website and writing at www.JeremiahGibbs.com
Being here is everything - a Camino reflection
53:25My little brother Leo's album is called "Being Here is Everything". You can find it at www.leomullins.bandcamp.com