The fauna and flora are noted; the tricky bits discussed; the mistakes and wrong stresses placed, in the author's view, by Fleming on sin, suffering and gloomy self-analysis, are candidly dismissed; the joy of Eastertide and the satisfaction of renewed and focused beliefs are extolled.
Clearly, it's the journey that matters. Arrival - the leap of faith mentioned by Kierkegaard, and by the author in his 'Final Reflections', remains elusive. But here, from a retired academic, comes a positive, excellently expressed journal concerning prayer, Bible incidents, current world problems, Ignatian ideals, Catholic/Anglican differences, the role of Christ, and our relationship with God.
Ask not what our Creator can do for us; rather ask what we can do for Him. This work will help us.