Solo Retreat is designed for withdrawal. To take a step back. To plan to revive, refresh, renew, restore. Many take it when they are at a crossroads, or after they have experienced a significant life change. It can last a day, a weekend, week, month or a year as in a sabbatical
Here I share the itinerary for my Solo Retreat that developed along the way. My plan was simple. To get away to a place I didn’t know. To get lost in a strange place and find my way through divine obedience. As I progressed, here’s how it shaped out.
- San Gimignano
- Charlotte, North Carolina
Not For the Faint Hearted
Solo travel and it’s purpose is not for the faint of heart. You have to be bold, brave and willing to make mistakes. It was different for me because I’m a planner but being led spiritually, I simply obeyed and experienced something new something different.
What about you? Ever thought about or did a solo retreat thousands of miles away? Do share, we would love to hear.
2 thoughts on “Solo Retreat Rome Itinerary…”
Brilliant…..God bless and keep you while he shows you His purpose.
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Thank you. Bless you