We are going once again to find out just how firm the highest mountain is. The highest one around Launceston is Mount Barrow - a perfect vantage point for seeking Layli. It is said that on a clear day you can see a third of Tasmania from the top. We have been there before of course but it is a vast place and I don't believe we have yet searched the south side of the plateau.
Meet at 12 noon on Saturday 4th September at the car park. It is just before the sign that says 4WDs only. In normal weather the road is actually perfectly all right for normal cars but if necessary we can ferry people up from there.
The arrangements are the same as last time. We will meet at the picnic spot at noon for picnic and prayers.
"In this journey the seeker becometh witness to a myriad changes and transformations, confluences and divergences. He beholdeth the wonders of Divinity in the mysteries of creation and discovereth the paths of guidance and the ways of his Lord. Such is the station reached by them that search after God, and such are the heights attained by those who hasten unto Him" (Baha'u'llah)