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Peter Gunner has spent twenty years caring for the trees that, when viewed from above, make reference to John 14:6, which says, “Jesus said to him, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life.'”Peter Gunner, who is in his early 60s, has spent twenty years caring for the trees that are planted in a field in Whitesmith, East Sussex, England, reports SWNS.com.The field is located on the farm where Gunner lives with his wife, Faith.
When viewed from above the trees make reference to the first part of John 14:6, which says, “Jesus said to him, ‘I am the way, the truth, and the life.'”
Gunner told The Telegraph that the maze is made up of “many thousands” of willow trees, which were planted with the help of volunteers and cover seven acres of land. “In a way the maze is a lot like life: nobody knows what it looks like from above. You can wander through life confused when in fact it does make sense from a different perspective,” Gunner told The Telegraph.
He used a computer to map out the words before taking to the field with a measuring tape and some string. “Every time I see a plane go over I look at it and say a little prayer,” Gunner told The Telegraph. “I hope that somebody sees it and feels inspired by it.”