Stopping your wanderings to briefly access the text, you take a moment to once again read some passages. Often in these seminars, you have had to do so as the instructors usually integrate progress to the text. So, sitting underneath a lush tree, sunlight beaming down through the canopy, you begin to read.
[Question: by now, you have likely read at least the prologue of The Vision of Piers Plowman. How do you like it, so far? Trust me when I saw that it is a rich poem and that it, like anything, takes some time getting used to, but all the same, I am curious what your response is at this early stage in the game. Please post something below describing your thoughts and write something in your journal.]