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A Peaceful Practice

Walking a labyrinth is a peaceful practice to notice what is all around you. Describing the practice makes it more peaceful.

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Transformative Anticipations

A day later and waiting for the oven to warm, the labyrinth continues to be discovered where ever one looks…

When it comes to describing the labyrinth, today, it would fall into the category of anticipatory. 100 more words

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Defining while Designing

This labyrinth design is a replica of the Chartres cathedral with an expansive diameter of 43.5 feet. Its alignment runs in a True East designation. By setting a morning alarm before sunrise on the Summer Solstice and observing the ray inside the shadow of the morning light, the validation of the directional point verified the True East accuracy. 111 more words

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Two Years Day of 2020

The second day of the New Year pales in comparison to the first with all its fanfare. Its a more realistic and relaxed day to hopefully migrate into all the newness in simple steps. 193 more words

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A New Day, Year, and Decade Begins

Blessings for the best of the New Day, Year, and Decade!

We arrive at a new beginning today, fresh with wonder and hopefulness. Some are eager to leave the past year behind and some are unsure of what more this direction will bring.   325 more words

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November's Walk

The month of giving and thanks arrive to herald our walks for November. Continuing with the Annual Gathering theme of taking a journey to the heart, the second focus of building community will provide a way to notice in the walks of November, all the ways that we create while we travel to our heart destination. 417 more words

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October's Walk

The fall presents a reflection and a change of seasons into the final quarter of the year. It initiates the final steps of the last three months of the year and offers an opportunity to explore how we end things. 480 more words

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