Installment 4: The Legend of Unconditional Love, Take Refuge


Another peek into the world of Joseph Allen Walker. This story is really taking shape and I am able to work on it everyday!

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Two years had gone by since his stay with the Plain People. During those two years Joseph traveled on his own on back roads and trails. He spent time with vagabond families that traveled as work was found. He stayed with them in shelter buildings and worked the ground for the property owners. Many times, there would be a harvest feast of seconds from the fields.

As he roamed by himself, he often lived on his own eating berries, lemon grass, nuts, seeds, and occasionally pilfered vegetables from unattended gardens.

He learned from the traveling workers how to manage life. “If you don’t have a permanent home, you learn to live off the land, you take refuge where Nature allows. The work was hard and I was always worn out by the end of the day. But it felt good to work with friends, to share the load and…

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