A Modern Flâneur walks...the Via Dolorosa

[VIDEO] Jerusalem, Israel



The procession met a man from Cyrene, named Simon, whom the Gnostics say suffered earthly pains “in loco Lesu.” It was here, they reckon, that Simon shouldered the prophet’s earthly burden, taking from him the cross to bear, until he could bear it no more. Nearby, we place our hand on the smoothed stone, imagining a figure who staggered here, and the millions who, reverent and with misty eyes downcast, have touched it since...

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