“Some days you don’t know the Answers so you ask for Guidance…” – Wading Pool Labyrinth – Christie Pits Park – Toronto

My Labyrinth in the wading pool in Christie Pits Park needs some TLC, Tender Labyrinth Care, by way of new tints of blue paint.

InshAllah, I’ll repaint once it’s warm enough, and dry enough, outside.

“Some days you don’t know the answers so you ask for guidance.

Two years ago I participated in a beautiful Labyrinth ceremony. It felt deeply spiritual. I felt connected.

I’m so searching for some of that calm and reassurance right now.

I’m hoping this maze will help me unwind the questions that sit on my soul.”

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