Almost a year ago, I went on a road trip through Arizona, Utah and Wyoming. At one point I was in Flagstaff, which is a fun little college town up the road from Sedona. While staying there, I would go for runs along the trail between my rental and the University. I kept passing this area with arrows and the word Labyrinth, all pointing up. I finally decided to see what was up there, and came upon a walking maze, or a sort of walking meditation.
You may have seen this sort of thing before. They are often built in the same way - in the ground, you walk along the dirt, and the lines of the maze are created from rocks, which gives it all a peaceful and natural feel. The maze generally weaves in zig zags, so that eventually you stop trying to figure out which way it'll turn next and just let go. You can set an intention while you walk, ask a question, or just consider it time to relax, commune with your soul, and breathe free.
When I came upon this particular meditation maze there was a bench nearby. Underneath was a notebook, and they encouraged you leave an inspirational or spiritual message. I read through them and took pictures of a few. The message below was one I loved the most. For one, it's so true, and two, it's not often someone quotes The Land Before Time.
I felt this quote needed to stick with me for awhile, so afterwards I set it as my Facebook cover image. If you want to do the same just know I cropped this, and the original works better, which you can download by right clicking below (there's a shadow from my thumb on it, but if you use this on FB your profile pic will cover it).