Today’s Bench Story comes from the journal in the Open Spaces Sacred Places at the American Psychological Association in Washington, D.C.. #Benchstories are collected from the journals found in all TKF Foundation Open Spaces Sacred Places.
The #SacredPlace on the grounds of Epiphany Chapel and Church House includes a labyrinth built to encourage calm & honor military chaplains who served in WWI.
Even if you don't find one — we hope you have time to step outside today in nature and, like Eliot, search for a four leaf clover. Depending on where you are, you just might spot one! If you are in DC, you can look in Wangari Gardens, where this journal entry was captured.
At Strength to Love II Urban Farm, all the plants, including ornamental flowers, fruit trees, blueberry shrubs, and perennials, can also be harvested and sold at the farm stand. Everything in the park, from the plants to the pathways, requires minimal maintenance.
105 Annapolis Street
Annapolis, MD 21401