What are we doing?
You will journal about an imagined walking ritual.
Why are we doing it?
These are exercises in brainstorming and creativity. These proposed walking exercises (A Walk I Will Not Make), are thought-experiments we execute mentally/intellectually (we sketch or write/journal about them), but we do not execute them in real life due to some sort of restriction or other reason – perhaps geographical, ethical, monetary, length, scale, people involved, etc. Students are encouraged to think outside the limits one normally imposes on oneself (cost, time-period, scale, materials used, contexts involved, subject matter, gravity, etc.).
How are we doing it?
Think about your favorite rituals. What makes them your favorite? List those elements.
Next, configure a walking ritual that celebrates something/someone. You might incorporate elements from your favorite rituals.
Remember that you are not constrained by time/space/reality/etc (it can be truly fantastic!).