Difference Between a Maze and a Labyrinth
"The word maze is ... frequently used interchangeably with the word labyrinth, creating ... confusion. This is understandable since
the labyrinth has not been in use for approximately three hundred and fifty years… Labyrinths are unicursal. They have one well-defined
path that leads us into the center and back out again. There are no tricks to it, no dead ends or cul-de-sacs, no intersecting paths."
Artress, L. (2006). Walking a sacred path: Rediscovering the labyrinth as a spiritual practice. New York: Riverhead Books.