We are drawn to the idea of climbing as similar to the journey of the soul as it struggles to find independence within the contours of a relationship. We often hear stories of a disaster on a mountain, but we do not follow the climber home, through his injury, and the devastation it may wreak on home and heart. The courage to venture on is the same courage a climber seeks while venturing up a mountain. "When You Journeyed Homeward" tells this side of the story. Which of us has not endured a relationship tested by injury or illness? The human condition requires we care for one another and learn from the experience.