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Labyrinth
Coddle-Popper Creed:
Changing the world - One act of kindness at a time.

The Coddle-Poppers copied our Labyrinth pattern from the Chartres Cathedral in France, which was built around 1200AD in the Middle Ages.

A
nother amazing fact is that the reason that no one knows the name of the architect that designed it, is also because that Labyrinth too was designed by a Coddle-Popper named Deufus Dewberry-Wotsit, aged 463 and a 1/4.

Our Labyrinth measures about 120 feet in diameter and is one of the biggest of its kind in Canada.

I
t is about 3/4km to the centre, taking between 10 and 15 minutes to walk there.

B
y the time that you have completed your journey to the centre and back out again, you will have travelled almost 1 and a 1/2km. (You should sleep well that night)

T
he difference between a Maze and a Labyrinth is that a maze is where we go and get ourselves lost but by contrast, the Labyrinth only has one path to the centre. That being said, the Coddle-Poppers take great joy when just as you think you are almost there, the next thing that you know is that you find yourself almost back on the outside again!
Not just Coddle-Poppers, but all religions have used this ancient pattern for centuries as a healing tool because the journey is inward and the continual turning of left and right engages both sides of the brain, thus getting in touch with the inner self. Coddle-Poppers sure are clever dudes. Yes Sir!
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