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September 22, 2010


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Sue fox

Our young House Martins are swirling in the skies above our cottage,the last dance. They will soon be heading for the southern sun whilst we winter. It's such a beautiful time of year, mixed feelings, letting go, welcoming change.

Words so beautiful thank you!


Your words are beautiful; as we welcome Spring with all her wild weather ways at equinox you are farewelling summer and accepting autumn. It really is the dance of the seasons.


for tomorrow the left hand will cast seeds of hope in the open mouth of spring

while the right hand will begin the brazen dance of letting go.

Once again you amaze me with your words. It is fall again.....

Ms. Moon

Yes, yes, yes. And perfect and perfectly beautiful and true.
Thank-you for that one, rebecca. My heart turned and took it and will cherish it always.


well...your words are golden, dancing that delicate dance. I'm never ready to give up summer but autumn holds such radiance, I always embrace it.



so come,
all who cannot be satisfied with
the loneliness of difference
come stand in the perfect center of believing,
the absolute, equality of light.

I believe that these words could have been part of a larger speech given by any number of the following people: Nelson Mandela, Desmond Tutu, Martin Luther King, Cesar Chavez, Che Guevarra, Steven Biko, June Jordan, Rosa Parks, Lucy Burns. the list goes on. I am not certain that it was your intention, but knowing you as I do, a person who believes deeply in love and acceptance for all, I have a feeling that the message was there and it is beautiful. Thank you.
Happy Autumn!


Very lovely thoughts. I've heard it in music, the Autumn of my years. This being Fall, this rings true. The great and wonderful circle of life doesn't have a beginning or an end, it just changes as it revolves around. The circle is steady, it is we that are not. We are not adept at letting go, trusting nature. You so eloquently remind me of this concept. Easy to do as I am honored to pay attention to the change of seasons.
Thank you.



With such divine eloquence you honor the balance of Nature, and invite us to open our hearts to her calling. Soul-stirring. I'm so glad I came here tonight and read this. Thank you.

deb @ talk at the table

bowing to your eloquence.

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