Week 1: Maps
This daily post is designed to help you live into our New Room Society covenant of practicing daily prayer together. Below is today’s daily practice. If you missed the overview on day one, visit Week 1: Maps.
Wednesday: Hōkūleʻa and the Ancient Art of Navigation
The first Polynesians came to the archipelago of Hawaiʻi not by accident, but by design, using their ancient arts of navigation and arriving at the then-uninhabited islands between 400-500 CE.
In 1976, a group of Polynesians revived their ancestors’ ability to read the stars and ocean swells, and repeated the ancient voyages in a canoe called Hōkūle‘a, or Star of Gladness.
Watch this video: https://youtu.be/4YeINeGsxT8
In what ways has your journey been determinedly and profoundly intentional? How might you communicate the art of navigation toward God to those whom you encounter?