Dumbo Feather

Dave Martin

Coming home to our true selves

Every year in the winter I spend a weekend with my extended family at a place where there is a labyrinth. On our most recent trip, I was reminded of the role the labyrinth has played in our lives—as a facilitator of positive change and connection in our family. I was left

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