#1364 - walking through
During the eight days of the walk, someone may struggle mentally, emotionally or physically.
If it's a mental struggle, I can offer him a coaching conversation. A listening space or even a hug can help if he's going through some emotional difficulties.
When someone has trouble walking due to fatigue or aches, I can carry their backpack or give them my stick as additional support.
All these things help by taking some of their weight off and lightening their path. But they still have to walk through their struggles.
No one else can't walk for us.
If we want to get to the end of the walk, we have to walk our way to the end. Others can be immensely helpful, but the journey is ours to make.
However, I've learned that when we do overcome the struggles and get to the end, then it all makes sense.