We find ourselves in the middle of a transition away from a sense of stability to a collective state of unknown. No doubt we have all been touched by the reality of the world. Perhaps, like me, your family has been enduring health issues, or you have concerns about the future — close to home or our communities at large.
We are constantly reflecting on the heaviness of everything around us, yet when we look at the cycle of nature, here we are, simply in sun's decline as we move toward fall.
Summer is for fun.
My yoga teacher would remind us in years past to remember to play, both in our poses and in life. Even she is struggling this year, yet those words rise above the noise for me, and we can all pause to recognize the beauty of summer — the buzz of bees, tree leaves in the wind, tiny dragons – dragonflies in the sky, wind and clouds and sun theaters perform for us while we enjoy them all in a blanket of warmth.