The maze ends in an expansive Zen garden, complete with a pebble pool-pit and a vast mirror along one wall.
To execute the project, Keefe navigated through difficult language barriers, trade routes, and a maze of immigration politics.
Like the Minotaur in his labyrinth, you set up a maze others must work through to get to the true you.
c.1300, "delusion, bewilderment" (also as a verb, "stupefy, daze"), possibly from Old English *mæs, which is suggested by the compound amasod "amazed" and verb amasian "to confound, confuse" (see amaze). Perhaps related to Norwegian dialectal mas "exhausting labor," Swedish masa "to be slow or sluggish." Meaning "labyrinth" first recorded late 14c.