It isn’t truly Fall yet and I want to hang on to summer.
I already miss the breakfasts of a quarter cantaloupe filled to the brim with blueberries—both local and sweeter than I remember.
I have a lot of years to remember.
Reflective writing and mindfulness help me to do the tasks of today. But what needs doing, most urgently, is to “make meaning” of everything. And yes, I realize that that task is not likely to be completed in this lifetime. We all need to attend to this though. This last stanza of Gary Snyder’s “Front Lines” feeds me today. I share it hoping it will do the same for you…
Leafology is my private practice where I help others to discover their deep resiliency and find ways to live a more creative and purposeful life through a process I call Wordscaping, an expressive writing and art process.
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