Monthly Archives: April 2012

40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#40

40. Winter ALWAYS turns to spring. A blessed Easter Resurrection to all!Sometimes it doesn’t seem like it. We’ve had some winters in recent years that made me think spring was never coming back again. The ones I hate the most … Continue reading

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40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#39

39. It never stops growing, no matter what. I suppose this may not be true in the strictest sense. I know that when the temperature falls below 40 degrees, grass stops growing, and most other things are dormant in the … Continue reading

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40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#38

38. Heaven can see all of it, all the time.Throughout these weeks of Lent, one of the continuing themes has been the confusion that can occur when the path seems to lead in directions you wouldn’t expect. You can sometimes … Continue reading

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40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#37

37. In order for someone to eat, fruit has to give its life.Worse and worse! Okay, so the flowers of youth and beauty came along, and we oohed and aahed and enjoyed them, and then they faded and fell. We … Continue reading

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40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#36

36. In order to get fruit, flowers have to give their lives.I can’t really believe these posts are coming up right when they are. I wrote and numbered these last year, and this year am simply taking them in the … Continue reading

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40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#35

35. The roses aren’t always in bloom. . .It’s all very well for people to admonish you to stop and smell the roses, but until about a century ago, roses bloomed once, for perhaps two weeks, in mid-spring. That’s why … Continue reading

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40 Ways My Labyrinth is Like My Life–#34

34. There’s always time to stop and smell the roses.Walking a labyrinth must never become jogging a labyrinth, or running a labyrinth. It’s a slow process; it’s meant to be. You move along quietly, putting one foot in front of … Continue reading

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