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    According to Cambridge Dictionary, the term pilgrim is defined as, “a person who makes a journey that is often long and difficult.” This definition means that a pilgrim is someone that is on a mission to reach something or get somewhere to better themselves whether it be physically, emotionally, or spiritually. When I think about a pilgrim, it means someone who is devoted and committed to whatever they are trying to reach. They are focused on their goals despite all the trials that they might have

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    Pilgrims On Pilgrimages

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    Pilgrims on Pilgrimages Have you ever wondered how life was being on a pilgrimage in the 15th century? Around 476 AD, there were long voyages taken on by religious folk called pilgrims. These people would go on journeys to holy places that would hold a type of value to these pilgrims. In the 1500s, people living in Europe thought that the world would come to an end. As that time came, the world did not cease to exist. The people went into utter chaos and started questioning the Christian Church

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    Analyzing A Pilgrim

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    For adherents of the Catholic and Islam faith pilgrimages are spiritual, life-changing journeys in which pilgrims focus on deepening their connection with God and others. On the pilgrimage to the El Camino de Santiago and the Hajj the ordinary life of the pilgrims is transformed through the extraordinary experience. The format of this multimodal will be a painting, which will support the analysis of the impact of the Camino and the Hajj pilgrimage. The impact for both pilgrimages is that they strengthen

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    The Pilgrims An American Author by the name of Nelson DeMille once said, “We're all Pilgrims on the same journey - but some Pilgrims have better road maps.” This quote can be applied to many different areas in one’s life, even into the subject of history. The historical images that are seen today which represent well-known Pilgrim events are reliable sources created to provide an idea and feel for what had taken place. Though there are not primary paintings of the Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving feast

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    The Pilgrims An American Author by the name of Nelson DeMille once said, “We're all Pilgrims on the same journey - but some Pilgrims have better road maps.” This quote can be applied to many different areas in one’s life, even into the subject of history. The historical images that are seen today which represent well-known Pilgrim events are reliable sources created to provide an idea and feel for what had taken place. Though there are not primary paintings of the Pilgrim’s first Thanksgiving feast

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    a crisp, colorful, chilly Autumn Fall day of 1621. The Wampanoag Native American that wore something completely different than the Pilgrims. They heard of us wonderful Pilgrim people having a feast in Plymouth after returning from the Mayflower. The Strong men and women Wampanoag came with their weapons in their hands. The Wampanoag spoke, “Hello Pilgrims.” Pilgrims states, “What are you doing here? Were you invited here to feast with us?” Wampanoag states, “We heard you are having a feast and want

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    killed many of the Pilgrims that had come here, about 54 of them to be exact. Without a doubt they couldn’t survive on their own in the New World without a little help, and that is when Natives took notice. The Natives had come to the Pilgrims and through one native who knew broken english, brought the Pilgrims to their chief. From then on both sides have worked together, and with benefit, since they needed to work together to survive cause the Natives knew the land and the Pilgrims had more advanced

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    with their God. A pilgrim according to Stidham Rogers is one who moves across the earth, in order to journey to a shrine or a holy place as a devotee, seeking a closer affinity to the divine through physical proximity. She also

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    fatal along the way, but this did not stop people from taking the risk. Pilgrimages have been around since the middle ages. For centuries crowds of people have traveled many miles on foot or by ship to carry out their personal expeditions. These pilgrims may take the same paths to get to their destination, but for many different reasons. Most seek out salvation, healing, or to pay homage to their sacred idol. Others who are just in need of time away from their work or home life go for quiet contemplation

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    Based on the Pilgrim and Puritan belief that God provides prosperity, they would be perplexed on how so many people in today’s American society have had success without abiding by God. Millions of individuals have lived a life of free will, with land, wealth, comfort, and hardly any adversary, and they did so without God. The Pilgrims and Puritans deem, “...He is our life and our prosperity,”(Winthrop, 87), meaning prosperity comes through God when you serve Him. When one does not obey God and the

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