I arrived at this current depot just in time for the Autumnal Equinox and now we’re upon October’s New Moon. Harvest Time and New Beginnings. Great symbolism to start a new season in a familiar location. I was met by the song of the Owl.
But there is much preparation to be completed before entering the Bear Cave for winter.
The past three weeks have evaporated at a frantic pace. Environmental remediation. Attempting to free the area of toxins that my body must avoid. But I’ve still been trying to maintain posts on the blog, tell stories, share travel.
While I begin work on the fourth chapter of “Contrasts,” I figured this autumn landscape by Wolf Kahn nicely captures the moment. A German artist, it never ceases to amaze me how universal images are.
Sometimes we forget and our views become narrowed to our immediate surroundings. We forget the commonality of times, events, planetary movement. The air we breathe and water we drink. Our shared evolution from that primordial soup.
So many things to bring people together, if we’ll open our hearts and see the connections.