The labyrinth at First Central is almost an exact copy of the one at Chartres Cathedral outside of Paris, that dates to 1200 or 1230 CE. It is nearly forty-one feet in diameter, and exactly one-sixth of a mile from the entrance to the center. It is available for use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
What is a labyrinth?
A labyrinth is not a maze. A maze is multicursal, and offers many entrances, dead-ends, and cul-de-sacs. You can get lost in a maze.
A labyrinth is unicursal. A labyrinth may offer confusing curves, and may fool us into believing that we are closer to the end of our journey than is really true, but it never deceives us. There is only one path that always leads to the center. You cannot get lost in a labyrinth, and you could find a spiritual center.
Labyrinths are old. The stone labyrinth on the Isle of Crete attributed to the Greek mythological story of the Minotaur is at least 4000 years old. The same 7-circuit design appears in many cultures over virtually the entire world.
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