The Ides of the Labyrinth

TLS 365 Experience # 15
March 15, 2017

The Ides of the Labyrinth can be found in the outer edges or the inner mid point,
depending upon our focus and purpose in the walk.

Roman Labyrinth Design

When we are in the middle of a quandary, we are outside of a solution and outside the labyrinth, neither at the problem or the solution, simply aware of the midpoint between problem and solution.
As we enter in with our mid point, we curiously seek the midpoint of the labyrinth to move beyond.
As the Ides call our attention to the Ancient Roman Calendar of mid point…
may we celebrate our middles with new appreciation.

Today’s Experience submitted by:
LAT, Labyrinth Expressions
Nevada 


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2 thoughts on “The Ides of the Labyrinth

  1. Renie Brooksieker

    Loved the connection to Ides of March and the perspective to celebrate our middles in a quandary with new appreciation

    • Thank you Renie! Appreciate your interest. As you explore your middles, consider adding your experience to the Experience, your dedication would be wonderful to hear about.

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