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used in Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance

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a journey to a special place — especially a sacred place for religious purposes
  • After the third day he gave up, exhausted, and the pilgrimage went on without him.
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  • Phaedrus wrote a letter from India about a pilgrimage to holy Mount Kailas, the source of the Ganges and the abode of Shiva, high in the Himalayas, in the company of a holy man and his adherents.
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  • He didn't think he had been arrogant but thought that he was undertaking the pilgrimage to broaden his experience, to gain understanding for himself.
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  • He was trying to use the mountain for his own purposes and the pilgrimage too.
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  • He regarded himself as the fixed entity, not the pilgrimage or the mountain, and thus wasn't ready for it.
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