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Fwd: The Striking Similarities Between Fitness and Personal Finance
I just posted the article below on the similarities between fitness and
personal finance. Mark - Financial Pilgrimage (Submitted by Financial
Pilgrimage  <financialpilgrim@gmail.com>) 
11 days ago by apexmoney
Pilgrimage and tourism at Lourdes, France
Annals of Tourism Research
Volume 19, Issue 1, 1992, Pages 18-32
Eade, J.
tourism  pilgrimage  anthropology  following 
20 days ago by psychemedia
Fwd: 5 Reasons to Pay Off Your Mortgage Instead of Invest Elsewhere
highly debated topics in the personal finance space is paying off a
mortgage early versus investing that money in stocks or other assets. This
article shares my best case for paying off the mortgage early. It also
includes several other mortgage payoff stories from other bloggers!
(Submitted  by  Financial  Pilgrimage  <financialpilgrim@gmail.com>) 
7 weeks ago by apexmoney
Fwd: Young Debt-Free Families (#9): Featuring Savvy History
Michelle from savvyhistory.com shares her inspiring story in our latest
Young Debt-Free Families interview series. Her family went from being
financially unstable to becoming completely debt free including their
mortgage, all on very average salaries. Check out her story! (Submitted by
Financial  Pilgrimage  <financialpilgrim@gmail.com>) 
july 2019 by apexmoney
Fwd: 6 Tips to Find Great Deals at Garage Sales
Great tips for anyone looking for a new side hustle! (Submitted by
Financial  Pilgrimage  <financialpilgrim@gmail.com>) 
july 2019 by apexmoney
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Booking flights/accomm for both my trip and my October with tomorrow, and I'm e…
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july 2019 by pinatasenpai
Talk With Your Fingertips - gallantrejoinder - Pilgrimage (2017) [Archive of Our Own]
He's homeless and at the end of his rope.

Until he runs into a young man who won't stop talking and fills in every silence he's ever suffered.
pilgrimage  diarmuid/mute 
july 2019 by unread
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Tonight, 's : The Road To Rome comes to an emotional and extraordinary end as the eight famous pi…
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april 2019 by casfindad
Where Not to Travel in 2019, or Ever | The Walrus
"When adventurers crave “untouched” places and “authentic” peoples, it’s the locals who ultimately pay"



"For what is still missing from this scenario is consent. In its place is a sense of entitlement as extreme as it is commonplace."



"We want what we want when we go abroad, which often is the untouched, the authentic—even as our arrival, by definition, undermines those very qualities in a place or of a culture and contributes to the slow, involuntary conversion of one way of life into another."



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Respectful pilgrimages rarely make the history books or headlines, which is all the more reason to pay them attention. Consider the 1971 “antiexpedition” of Norwegian eco-philosopher Arne Næss and his friends to Tseringma, also known as Gaurishankar, in Nepal, a then unsummitted 7,181-metre peak sacred to those living in its shadow. In a pointed critique of mountaineering’s culture of conquering, Næss’s team travelled light, consulted with a local lama as to how high on Tseringma they could respectfully go, and invited villagers along not as porters but as colleagues. A few years later, other foreigners would claim the first ascent of Tseringma, but forget them. Remember Næss and team, who climbed to a certain height, took a look at the summit from a distance, and turned back."
travel  observation  consent  authenticity  2019  kateharris  colonization  colonialism  adventure  untouched  imperialism  india  johnallenchau  pilgrimage  nepal  arnenæss  canon 
march 2019 by robertogreco
Rachel Kaadzi Ghansah, "The Weight Of James Arthur Baldwin," BuzzFeed
"Baldwin left the States for the primary reason that all emigrants do — because anywhere seems better than home. This freedom-seeking gay man, who deeply loved his sisters and brothers — biological and metaphorical — never left them at all. In France, I saw that Baldwin didn’t live the life of a wealthy man, but he did live the life of man who wanted to travel, to erect an estate of his own design, and write as an outsider, alone in silence. He had preserved himself."
RachelKaadziGhansah  JamesBaldwin  BuzzFeed  pilgrimage  PersonalEssay  LiteraryCriticism  essays  expatriate  race 
january 2019 by briansholis

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