Walking the Labyrinth

It is the return of the light, the time of the wattle blooms and sprouting bulbs in the frost. Traditionally, this is the time to walk the labyrinth.

I circle in. I get dizzy. I stumble and I loose our way. I keep putting one foot in front of the other. I do not focus on the end, but one step ahead. One step at a time,  and suddenly, surprisingly,  I am out.

I am walking the labyrinth.  Every day. Remind me to put one foot in front of the other, to not focus on the end. Remind me I will be out soon. May it be sooner than I think.

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