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January 1, 2013 Fifty-three years ago today, January 1, 1970, I began my tradition of spending New Year’s Day meditating and praying for God’s leading, wisdom and grace. That day in 1970, my biggest prayer was to meet someone who … Continue reading
Originally posted on Scottrick – A Modern Celt:
A Surprising Wonder At APCE last month, I went to the labyrinth to walk it on a whim. I had wanted to earlier in the week, but thought I’d do it “later”…
Auden mixes the metaphors of a maze and a labyrinth, but nevertheless, this poem has much to ponder. Right now, I don’t even like it! Do you think life is more of a labyrinth or a maze for you? … Continue reading
Jesus holds my hand – Spiraling joy, darkness, light; Becoming new again.