Last night I stumbled upon a moving documentary entitled, "Celtic Pilgrimage" on PBS. It is an intimate visit with the late John O'Donohue as he leads a retreat with a small group of people to some of his favourite landscapes near his home in Ireland.
Narrated by O'Donohue himself, every word slides like liquid gold from his lips - shimmering with beauty and wisdom that can only come from a contemplative heart. He takes natures' simplest gifts and weaves from them, a tapestry of illuminated understanding that speaks to the deepest level of your heart and soul. His musings on the wind touched me at a primal level.
"Hello, I appreciate your reflections on the documentary.
I produced and directed "A Celtic Pilgrimage with John O'Donohue" It isn't for salae on Amazon, but you can buy it from "Sounds True" or check out John's website: www.johnodonohue.com to purchase the DVD or books. Also if you google: KQED A Celtic Pilgrimage with John O'Donohue, you will be able to read KQED's press release and the "filmmaker's statement" on the 3rd page.
Thank you, Betsy Scarborough"