Conversations with the City of Bunbury have been extremely promising and enabled us to establish several preferred locations for ‘A Place For Hope: A Space to Be and Renew’.
We continue to be Inspired by the Bigger Picture of a cross-cultural, non-denominational Place for Bunbury and the Greater South West, particularly at this divisive time. Key Wisdom Leaders have had this to say about the Sydney Centennial Park Labyrinth, in NSW Australia:
“Walking home to country is a connection our people have always had with Mother Earth. Our culture is defined by the closeness of family circles and staying connected to the people within it. The labyrinth invites and welcomes people to walk the path together – it calls them to the land in oneness.”
Aunty Ali Golding, Aboriginal Elder, Biripi Nation
“As the wind calls the trees to dance, may this walking reflection invite us to rediscover the genuine rhythm of our human journey. The pilgrim deep within each of us is aware of an unseen world that shapes us. It calls us to a different tempo that can renew our life…May this prayer of the labyrinth lead us gently into a new dance with our one precious life.”
Monsignor Tony Doherty, Church of Mary Magdalene, Rose Bay
“A pilgrimage is a moment when people come from every corner of the world to share the spiritual experience. They come in humility and sincerity…”
Imam Amin Hady, Zetland Mosque