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High Summer Walks

Summer in the prairie is a great time to walk. Continue reading

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World Peace Meditation Evening

For the first time in many months – approaching a year – I was able to walk the Laughing Labyrinth for World Peace Meditation Night on a beautiful evening.  Other World Peace Nights have been of Thunderstorms, or Snowstorms, or…. … Continue reading

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Wounded Healers

     We are all wounded healers. The Voice we Choose to attend to; the Awarenesses we Choose to tune into; the Paths we Choose to take; What we Choose to do along the Ways; and Ultimately, How we Choose to … Continue reading

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Lessons Under A Rising Gibbous Moon

King James Bible:  Isiah 40:3. “The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness, Prepare ye the way of the LORD, make straight in the desert a highway for our God.” Wondering why I bothered, This verse repeated through my … Continue reading

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Gratitude

The labyrinth called so I went.  Partway through, I looked across the yard to the house shining in the sun, with the light shadows of the maple cast upon the western edge of the roof.  And, I was grateful:  For … Continue reading

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Experience in a Natural Labyrinth – Lost and Found

Remarks by The Reverend Tom Capo,  Peoples Church Unitarian Universalist.  At the October Labyrinth Workshop, Indian Creek Nature Center, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “What is a natural labyrinth?  Most labyrinths that you see are flat unadorned maze-like structures.  Their purpose is … Continue reading

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Spring in the Laughing Labyrinth

This unusual spring, a full four to five weeks ahead of the norm is simply spectacular!  The Magnolia tree held full blooms for many days – almost two weeks in fact.  Now, emerging leaves lend color and texture to the … Continue reading

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