As Proust wrote, “The real voyage of discovery consists
not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.”
Stop now, right now, and look around you. This is your place
in the labyrinth. There is no place else you need to be.
See with eyes that aren’t fixed on goals, or focused on flaws.
You are part of the endless, winding beauty. And as you learn
to see the dappled loveliness of your life, as your new eyes
help you begin loving the labyrinth, you’ll slowly come
to realize that the labyrinth was made solely
for the purpose of loving you.