Every Foot Step

TLS 365 Experience #164
Aug. 11, 2017

Using the suggestions of the labyrinth to release, receive and reflect, our group recently chose to walk the path of forgiveness. We all felt as if the world was taking on some dynamic changes and the outbursts that seem to be happening often lay waste and claim lives to the innocent in the name of individual pain.

Where we have felt outside of these experiences and thought there was little we could do so far away, we collectively decided to do what we could where we stood.  We decided to walk in the pain of the individual(s) and forgive it energetically, metaphorically and prayerfully.

It gave us all hope and a chance to look at things within ourselves. It also gave us a sense of usefulness where we thought we had little to offer. Just like the labyrinth is one step at a time, we discovered that when we take one action at a time with one person at a time, we can make the change the world might need. Everyone counts.

Today’s Experience submitted by:
Everyone, USA

 


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