The seasons converge in Autumn; Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall. September, October, November and December come together. Snow, sunshine, birth and death happen. The wind blows, or doesn't blow, and what we know for sure is that which we don't know, in the face of uncertainty. We feel sadness, happiness, hope and despair. One is [...]
The Saxons called October Wyn-Monath, or Wine Month. Ancient Germans called October, Winter fyleth In honor of the full moon. In 2020 the golden colors of the Wine Month leave me feeling drunk. In my stupor I dream of snowy days And white snowflakes tumbling down from the sky.
Deep within this forest sits a white mushroom. Twelve feet in diameter, in the shape of a beautiful salad bowl, created solely by the forces of nature told me: "something is right with the world."
Nature's first green is gold. Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; but only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay. Robert Frost
Before it goes out like a lamb, it's time to talk about the month of March. Looking back in history we'll remember this month, in 2020, as the time when the Coronavirus grew exponentially in the U.S.A. Not that we weren't forewarned, by the explosion taking place in Europe, preceded by China, and Iran, etc., [...]
People don't always see things in the same light. Reactions will differ, from something to nothing at all. Even in seeing a blade of grass. The same blade of grass in a sea of millions of other blades, an observer might ask: why are you looking at that blade of grass? -singular, like yourself. - [...]
En un barrio de Santiago, Chile, que conozco bien, la madrugada amanece un poco antes de levantar el sol. El nogal enfrente, muriendo de la sequedad de esta zona es símbolo del cambio de clima y de la escasez de agua. Todos los árboles del jardín están perdiendo hojas y fruta. Pero a pesar de [...]