"Not all who wander are lost" said J.R.R. Tolkien, challenging us to travel, search, and rediscover ourselves. For millennia, humanity has transfigured unique locations into special places to worship, live, and work. What has resulted are a vast array of religious and secular spaces where people were convinced life was more than what can be seen or felt. Examples include Buddhist stupas, Christian cathedrals, and indigenous grounds. This course is an opportunity to explore some of these countless religious and secular sacred places with ample opportunity to share personal travel experiences.