Someone made a wonderful suggestion that during Lent we face the Labyrinth as a Lenten discipline, then for Easter to turn and face the light. The chairs have been rearranged to do just that. What a great metaphor for Lent. The metaphors within the labyrinth are endless because they are shaped by our creative imaginations. Most immediate are the journey to our center of being and the creation of order from chaos. Completion, competition, emptying, turning our back on the center, distrusting our judgment—whatever our psyches need to deal with becomes the spiritual lesson of the labyrinth. The labyrinth captures the mystical union between heaven and earth, an understanding of death and rebirth.