Sometimes the experiences that yield the greatest learning are the ones that don’t follow our expectations and desires. A group of labyrinth enthusiasts joined me on a pilgrimage to the Muscatine Labyrinth in the Arboretum on Harmony Lane. Tucked into the “elbow” of Hwy 61 on the northwest corner of Muscatine, this Arboretum with its […]
Labyrinths come in many shapes and sizes. This spring and summer we’ve been busy re-designing and re-naming the 1080 Labyrinth. Now the Phoenix Harmony Labyrinth, it is five circuits and is honored in its center with a Bur Oak. Phoenix because we burn the labyrinth every year to promote the prairie plants and Phoenix because […]
The world seems stressed now and yet, the tools we can use to help center and calm are sometimes gathering dust as we try to “figure things out.” In this time of Lenten Reflection and approaching Passover, Sheryl Crow’s song and lyrics resonate with me. “Out of Our heads” And I remember the work of […]
A collection of labyrinths I visited and walked across the country in 2016.
Light One Candle is a ecumenical service and labyirnth walk to encourage people to commit to or enhance good works throughout the year to bringing light and love to lift up others and ourselves. For more information on labyrinths go to Veriditas, The Labyrinth Society and Labyrinthos.
A guest Blog by Larry Paulsen of Ogden and Adams: “I have a unique story I’d like to share. This happened just a month ago. I own a lumberyard here in Cedar Rapids and I do most of the buying of the materials we sell. I have gained some great friendships over the many years that […]
Guest blog by Jacqueline Hull about a Christmas gift in the southwest. “… told me this experience she had just before Christmas. I hope you enjoy the story…. Sometimes life, its quirks, and inhabitants surprise us in the most delightful ways.” $26: A Christmas Story: “This is a short sketch about a Christmas incident that occurred […]