TLS 365 Experience #206
September 22, 2017
Traveling today was tiring with many delays and reschedules. On the last flight I looked out the window wishing I was aready home and watched as the clouds passed by to occupy time. Each had a different shape and structure and in watching the scenery, my finger began tracing their shape on the window. The pattern became that of the labyrinth as moving my finger to follow the different shades of white.
The first I realized was the classical design from a half round shaped cloud. Then a repeating Roman design in the box like cloud that appeared. A meander followed that from the ribbons that appeared as we moved. Finally a medieval path in a particularly complex cloud structure. Noting some clouds were fleeting, while others larger and more encompassing, created awareness for the smaller and quick designs that can be rapidly designed, as well as the larger that allowed for a little more adventure and time.
It appeared that every cloud might suit a different design of the labyrinth well and it became a sort of game to see how many different designs I could remember and accurately trace on the window. I am sure the cleanup crew must have wondered, though the simple tracing gave my mind something to do that was both exercising the ability to repeat all the designs from memory and activated new and creative ideas for other designs.
Today’s Experience submitted by:
J. James, Labyrinth Designer and Facilitator
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