Emmaus Labyrinth #68: Main Line Unitarian Church, Devon, PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #68: Main Line Unitarian Church, Devon, PA

Emmaus Labyrinth #49: Penn State Berks Campus, Wyomissing PA

This is one of a series of posts about a trip I took to walk labyrinths in July 2022. See this post to see why I refer to these labyrinths as my "Emmaus labyrinths." Note: the numbering refers not to how many labyrinths I walked on this trip, but to the total number I've blogged … Continue reading Emmaus Labyrinth #49: Penn State Berks Campus, Wyomissing PA

Labyrinths #45 & 46: First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, New York & a private home

I enjoy walking labyrinths. Labyrinths are maze-like structures that have been used as spiritual tools for centuries. There are many of them around, and I am in the habit of trying to visit a lot of them. For more information about labyrinths, check out The Labyrinth Society.¬†Find where labyrinths are in your area at the … Continue reading Labyrinths #45 & 46: First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, New York & a private home

Conducting the Symphony 1: The Theremin

So I have a new toy -- I received a theremin for Christmas. If you're not familiar with theremins, they are (in my opinion) the coolest musical instrument ever created. It's an electronic instrument that was invented in the 1920s, and it is played with your body, but without touching it. If you've never heard … Continue reading Conducting the Symphony 1: The Theremin