New Year’s Eve: A Point of Stillness

I am walking the labyrinth tonight at the Church of the Servant. The motion of the spiral path leads to the center, a point of stillness where the old is released before I walk out of the labyrinth again to take up the new. I love the ritual of the New Year, a time of friends and family, parties and drinks, but also a time when I look back before going on. A still point in the motion of my life. I am not alone in this, I know. This year, along with my family and the friends I have known for years, I also have a cyber community of other writers and artists who are walking their own paths. I am grateful to know all of you, in cyber space or in the flesh. I hope the New Year brings you joy in your work and in your lives. Properity and blessings to all of you, as you step onto your own new paths.

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