“Do you know what to do with Labyrinths? My dear friend asks…” — Alyssa | Toronto and Beyond

[Matt] "Do you know what to do with #labyrinths?" my dear friend asks. "Ya, of course," I respond, "make your way through the maze as fast as you can." "That's what I used to think too, but it's actually the opposite. You need to first ask yourself a question before you start. Then you think about the answer to that question as you make your way through; carefully, thoughtfully, patiently." We walk through the labyrinth together carefully, talking about life thoughtfully, and appreciating our surroundings patiently. As we reach the middle, I thank him for his wisdom and friendship and am excited to hear what his question was. "So, what did you ask yourself?" "Oh…I don't even remember anymore. But that was fun, eh?" #friendship #riverdalepark #toronto

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[Matt] “Do you know what to do with #Labyrinths?” my dear friend asks.

“Ya, of course,” I respond, “make your way through the maze as fast as you can.”

“That’s what I used to think too, but it’s actually the opposite. You need to first ask yourself a question before you start. Then you think about the answer to that question as you make your way through; carefully, thoughtfully, patiently.”

We walk through the labyrinth together carefully, talking about life thoughtfully, and appreciating our surroundings patiently.

As we reach the middle, I thank him for his wisdom and friendship and am excited to hear what his question was.

“So, what did you ask yourself?”

“Oh…I don’t even remember anymore. But that was fun, eh?”

Alyssa | Toronto and Beyond

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