This blog offers an Australian perspective on faith, religion and spirituality. It invites you to join the joys and hope, the grief and anguish of a middle aged Aussie Catholic.
The material reflects my interest in global as well as local issues.My perspective is probably more quirky than orthodox.
Saturday, May 07, 2016
World Labyrinth Day 2016 Brisbane
Labyrinth St John's Anglican Cathedral Brisbane AU
On this World Labyrinth Day I walk the sacred path acknowledging that this is sovereign land of the First Peoples. This land always was, always will be Aboriginal land. I pay my respects to Elders, past, present and emerging.
I walk this sacred path united to my ancestors whose DNA I carry in my body.
I walk this sacred path with a commitment to walk gently on the earth.
I walk this sacred path in solidarity with all who seek refuge and asylum from war, exploitation and terror.
I walk this sacred path as I walk with the poor and hungry to a place of justice and welcome.
I walk this sacred path united to my sisters and brothers around the globe who seek a spirituality that nurtures life.