Wednesday, October 5


Here is an image taken in the Yorkshire Dales. The significance of a boundary I think is interesting.

In England, boundary lines are very evident. Dry stone walls which have survived for centuries & boundary stones set at the junction of ancient parishes are among the most interesting.

The Celts talked about 'thin' places where the boundary between earth and the spirit world could most easily be crossed.

Whatever the significance of a boundary, they hold a powerful emotional quality forcing us to stop or at least question our progress across them. They can be tempting and forbidding, welcoming or threatening.
My challenge to you today is to take notice of the boundaries which exist in your life and try crossing some of them.


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