Post 8 – June 13, 2018, The Camino de Assisi. Florence. Day One. We all need prayer.

The Camino de Assisi. 
The Way of St Francis.
Italy: From Florence to Assisi, then on to Rome. Trek For A Dream.  
Post 8: June 13, 2018, Wednesday.  
Florence, Day One.
We all need prayer.  We all need to constantly reach out . . . to others.  Again and again.  

      Florence.  I made it.  Trek For A Dream.  I have all the prayer cards, emails, and notes laid out in front of me, about 300.  I’m in an old Monastery in Florence.  It’s old, and big, quiet and pensive.  I arrived here late last night, so I haven’t seen anything except, this old monastery.  It’s early.

      One dream in particular stood out, from Joshua Michael, that would apply to all of us.  Thank you Joshua.  You said:
      “When you have that moment on your
      Journey when you feel God’s Presence
      within the wonders before your eyes
      that you would say on my behalf . . .
      . . . ‘My King. My King. My King.'”

      Yes.  That moment came just Now!  Quite perfect.  . . .

      And a shout out to our friend Corry who said:  “My Dream is to be a chef and stay sober and have a family of my own.”  Corry, we are praying for you friend. Be Blessed.
      And a shout out to our friend Mona who asked for “Direction on a Book.”  Well, Mona, I’m here chatting with, well, you know Him, and He’s saying you should write a book on “Giving and Receiving.”  Lately, I’m feeling that we could all use a primer on both, especially on receiving. 

      Well, I don’t want to take up too much of your time. I have to pack my backpack and walk about an hour to find my starting place, Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence.  I have to get the Stamp for my Pilgrims Passport, the Credenziale del Pellegrino

      Please donate a dollar or so to my humble Trek For a Dream, and help all of our prayer friends and fellow Dreamers.

      Please “receive” God’s Blessings today, and know He’s looking out for you.  Receive.


The cell I stayed in. No. 204, with five other pilgrims, that were still asleep at 4:00 a.m.  I thought monks got up early.