I was at a concert a few weeks ago by a singer songwriter that I have been listening to for close to 30 years. David Wilcox is not only a great singer, but also a wonderful story teller. He ended the concert with a very old song that I remember hearing years ago at one of his concerts. It made me think of the giant circle we are on – this circle of life. And it reminded me of a giant labyrinth that we all walk every day. Some days with intention, some days just getting through. And so, here we are, in the springtime again. The magnolia trees are in bloom, the spring peepers are peeping, the daffodils, hyancinths, and tulips are up and the earth is warming. May 6 is the annual World Labyrinth Day. There are 300+ labyrinths in MN. Nora informed me about a year ago of one at the Arboretum (it’s hidden just outside the 2nd floor entry of the Great Hall – I never knew it was there). Take a breath, enjoy the spring,, and walk a labyrinth sometime this May. To find a labyrinth near you, www.labyrinthlocator.com. You’ll be amazed at how many are in your own backyard. Enjoy & send us a pic of you in the center of a labyrinth.
“When you’re looking at the sunshine from the earth, the light does come and go. But when you’re looking at the earthshine from the sun, it’s quite a different show. He said it’s time you know. That I am the sunshine. You are the sunshine. We are the sunshine. Help me understand. We are the sunshine on the land.”