Things I've been contemplating since ending my 2017 hike are also questions to give depth to my 2018 hike.
Tell me, what have you learned from your journey? What trail wisdom do you carry with you back to "real life?"
How do you make "real life" a pilgrimage, a sacred journey to self-discovery?
How will you deepen your trust in Spirit? Allow the path to unfold without forcing? Welcome what comes?
How will you continue to push up to and through the edges of fear, knowing that the Divine lives at those edges?
How will you continue the monastic experience a long distance hike necessarily imposes on you? Continue to live simply? To let go of what's unimportant? To choose the path less traveled?
How will you remember to be present in the space between knowing and not knowing?
How will you continue the journey when the trail ends?