Saturday, April 03, 2010
Earlier in Lent I walked an indoor labyrinth, a devotional activity that has been meaningful for me. You can participate in an online labyrinth, tracing the pattern with your finger, here, though it feels upside down. (And the way it works reminds me of Tickle Bee, but that's not a very devotional thought, I don't guess.) The Chartres labyrinth pictured above is in the position I consider right side up, so that you would begin at the bottom center and follow the path back to the same point. Labyrinths, unlike mazes, do not branch.