“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” -L.M. Montgomery “Anne of Green Gables”
It’s autumn in New York.
The crisp air….the cardigan sweaters…..the pumpkins….the pies baking…..the harvest…..the changing leaves. My favourite time of year. Autumn always feels so potent with possibilities…..the circle of life mirrored in the children starting a new year at school to learn & grow & become.
Let’s take a hint from the trees and open ourselves up to change. I know, there can be a lot of resistance associated with such a notion, but I’m simply suggesting changing color. Don’t let the grey days make you grey. Be the vibrant orangey-red leaf that has more hues contained in its veins than one could imagine.
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” -Albert Camus