Your embrace encircles me.
This spiritual landscape opens
to welcome other visitors,
seen only with the eyes of faith.
spring up from this fertile soil.
This beauty is all that is needed
while we move on.
What a privilege it was to introduce labyrinth prayer to this group of young leaders.
We didn’t have a labyrinth to walk, so we walked with our fingers and pens.
The poem, “Safe and Secure” synthesizes the prayer experience of one of the class members as explained to me through a translator.
Question for reflection: What is my prayer experience as I walk the labyrinth with my feet, eyes or hand?
Prayer: May the messages I receive be integrated into my life. May I live out of my relationship with You. Amen.
Scriptural Touchstone: Psalms 16:11
You show me the path of life.
In your presence there is fullness of joy;
in your right hand are pleasures forevermore.
Special thanks to Alain Kilar for donating finger labyrinths of his amazing photo of the Chartres labyrinth (in the lead photo here)
to Faith, Hope and Love Global Ministries. We are happy to share then around the globe. www.alainkilar.ch