“Today I found the Labyrinth to my Heart and Soul during an Urban Hike…” – Octagon Labyrinth – Wading Pool – Budapest Park – Sunnyside Boardwalk – Toronto

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Today I found the labyrinth to my heart and soul during an urban hike with my hiking group. So much so, I ditched them and did my own thing half way through. ☀️ It was sunny. The lake was glistening. The light breeze was perfect. The wildlife were everywhere. 🧘‍♂️ This labyrinth has plenty fo twists and turns. There was a couple of times when I wanted to throw the towel in and take the short cut – to get right to it. 🏃‍♀️ But I stuck with it. 👉 Because deep down I know if I skip the necessary steps in life, I'll miss certain intended life lessons. Then instead of growing and evolving, I'm just bypassing the real stuff. The stuff that makes life interesting and challenging! 🙌 . . . . . . . . . . . . #metaphor #labyrinth #loveyourself #meday #mentalbreak #fallday #lifelessons #toronto #waterfront #highpark #hiking #sundayfunday #explore #happylife #simplethings #grateful #gratitude #universe #newbeginnings #fun

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“Today I found the Labyrinth to my heart and soul during an urban hike with my hiking group.

So much so, I ditched them and did my own thing half way through.

☀️

It was sunny. The lake was glistening.

The light breeze was perfect.

The wildlife were everywhere.

🧘‍♂️

This Labyrinth has plenty of twists and turns.

There was a couple of times when I wanted to throw the towel in and take the short cut – to get right to it.

🏃‍♀️

But I stuck with it.

👉

Because deep down I know if I skip the necessary steps in life, I’ll miss certain intended life lessons.

Then instead of growing and evolving, I’m just bypassing the real stuff.

The stuff that makes life interesting and challenging!

🙌”

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