Again, Debra, beautiful! Love the gold stars too - very autumnal :-)
It was me. I rain down glitter and gold stars everywhere I step. Also, I smell like rainbows.
Maybe the Heavens laid the stars there to shine a guiding light for those who walk the labyrinth.....
Love the title, the photo and your simple, seeking words. I think the Goddess lays down stars to light the way on our path...:)
i have really been enjoying all of the labyrinth posts!
I love these posts..have I told you lately how much I like you?
maybe instead of leaves falling the stars are falling and if they hit the ground, new ones are formed....have a great weekend.
Hand't you noticed... it's you! :)
Thank you for that word. I will forever remember unicursal - and where I learned it. :)
Nice. At certain times we all shed a few 'stars'. What a lovely thought Debra.Jim
likely the one with the gray hair!
Oh, sparkly objects! We're all shedding the stars; we are one awareness, one energy, one love together. (We only look separate in the temorary, physical world. Clever illusion, yes?)
Love the gold stars, they remind me of school as a child!
I'm just getting around to catching up here. My life is very chaotic at the moment and your posts have reminded me to stop and breathe and meditate. Thank you! I just checked out your post about the hayfield labyrinth--I had no idea there were things like this in my neck of the woods. I'd love to try walking a labyrinth at least once in my life!!
Shedding stars...perhaps Hansel or Gretel, so they can find their way back. I'd forget to drop the stars - being completely distracted by shiny things. Oh well - I wouldn't mind being lost for a while in a labyrinth. (Not that you can actually get lost - being that they are not a maze. Which I learned, thanks to an earlier post of yours!)
ah, this is gorgeous! hugs!!
seriously..it was I! I confess!!!
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