The walk today is from Harestanes to Yetholm. The distance is 17.5 miles. It is sunny and frosty, one of those days where you feel good about walking.
I have been meaning to email the Scottish Episcopal Bishops of Brechin, St Andrew's and Edinburgh that I am on a 'Sacred Trespass' through their diocese and realised my current status Scottish Episcopal 'Pariah' would make things worse. Oh, by the way, I have asked Dame Evelyn Glennie if she would compose a percussion piece for my Walk 22. She had kindly replied she would later in the year. The theme I proposed was, 'Pariah on Pariah' like Arvo Part's 'Spiegel im Spiegel' Pariah is a Tamil word for Proclaimer of News and I am a Tamil Pariah by micro ethnicity and thank God for that privilege. However, as the word has become to mean 'the outcast' or the 'untouchable'. I feel privileged because I have the greatest honour of being a Pariah proclaiming the Pariah, even my Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
As a child, I used to give my heart to Jesus at every evangelical meeting and my brother used to tease me that I would have no heart left for anything. Oh my heartlessness!!
Returning to 'Pariah on Pariah is a piece of Percussion Music which will be released in aid of St Andrew's Revival. Watch the space.
Now on to the walk after some breakfast lovingly prepared by Mark and Bishop Ella.