Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Autumn, inside and out
Gunilla Norris writes in her book, Mystic Garden,of living in autumn.
I live in the Midwest, where seasons change and the creation sends signs of change all the time.
This morning its snowing, snowing, snowing to the near east of us, but it's just cold and crisp where we are. It's definitely autumn.
I think I'm living doubly in autumn. The season's changing, and so is my life. A lot of the vibrant green of birth and growth in my own life seems to have drifted into thoughts and realities that feel more brittle, more seasoned, more dormant, more like dying than birthing.
What season are you experiencing?
The End of Autumn by Jim Meyer