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For centuries, the Camino de Santiago in Spain—also known in English as “The Way of Saint James”—has been a destination for Christian pilgrims from all walks of life. Some come for the scenic hiking through rural villages across France and Spain. Others come for religious reasons as they make their way toward the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in the coastal Spanish city of Galacia.
Yet, for many, it’s also been a pilgrimage of another type—a path for processing some of life’s biggest confusions and disappointments—while sharing stories with fellow travelers.