“The Labyrinth invites and welcomes people to walk the path together. It calls them to the land in oneness.”
~Anty Ali Golding, Aboriginal Elder
Before my mom passed away we had some meaningful spiritual discussions. One day she said to me “Sue, I’ve heard a lot from you about the enjoyment of your church life in Steamboat. What was it that was so special?
“The sense of community,” I answered, “and the weekly sermons were short, succinct, powerful and things anyone could relate to. The way I heard the message delivered, the preaching was about life lessons without political/social undertones or judgement.”
“Wouldn’t it be nice if that’s how our world communicated?” She asked.
We need to help each other get there. This journey is not a solo journey. Let’s walk it together. ~Unknown
(Photo: The labyrinth @Maryland Presbyterian Church – the church of my childhood).
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