Peace for your Path...

"peace. it does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work. it means to be in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart." (unknown)

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Today is The National Day of Prayer

I am unfortunately not going to make it up to Tequesta this morning to walk the labyrinth at The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, but I "walked" my favorite finger labyrinth three times already. I sat outside in the bright morning sunshine with my coffee. I listened to a dove cooing and watched the lizards climb the trees. Lily fished a dead baby frog out of the pool and respectively, prayerfully, refrained from eating it (this time). It was a blessed time of reflection and prayer...

How are you spending the day?

How about finding a local labyrinth on The World-Wide Labyrinth Locator? Visit
and put in the name of your city or your zip code. All the registered labyrinths within a mile radius you select will come up for you.

Or, visit The Labyrinth Society website and download a finger labyrinth in PDF form to print out and trace. Walk it with your fingers rather than your feet like I did with my wooden finger labyrinth. There is also a wonderful on-line labyrinth you can walk with your computer mouse, too.

If you are a blogger, blog everywhere about the power of prayer. If you network via Facebook and Twitter, share your prayers there. Email your friends. Reach out to your neighbors. This is a wonderful day to unite with people of all faiths and beliefs.

Spread, speak, share - Love....

Peace for your Prayerful Path,

1 comment:

Ruth Rinehart said...

I offer a Thursday labyrinth walk and meditation at my home, today! The labyrinth is a temporary installation at this point, but will become permanent as time allows for the landscaping. We are reading/studying Thich Naht Hanh's Miracle of Mindfuless as well. Golden, CO Each Thursday. Blessings to you on this miraculous day of prayer