by Meg Bishop
I was here at the meeting in 2016 when Good Ideas for Kyogle were presented. Ten people presented their Good Idea using PowerPoint slides in a method called Pecha Kucha.
This is 20 slides which are each on the screen for 20 seconds. That’s a total of 6 minutes and 40 seconds to tell the story of the Good Idea.
The audience, of about 80 people, voted on the 10 Good Ideas in a People’s Choice. The Good Idea of building a Labyrinth won.
I don’t think I really knew what a Labyrinth was until that night, but now we have built it. Many of us love it and walk its paths to find peace or solace. Or just because we can.