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Happy Solstice!

December 21st, 2017
Wishing everyone a very magical and joyful Solstice! Whether you are at the height of summer or in the dark days of winter, may you find inspiration, hope and illumination!
I share here a Winter Round by Dirk Campbell:
All things come and go
Summer sun and winter snow
Blow wind, fall rain,
All things die and live again.
Fallen leaves lie on the ground so cold and dead
Oak tree stands bare and the holly green and red
Robin sings of love and loss to Jenny Wren
All things that die will return to life again.

4 Responses to “Happy Solstice!”

  1. Blessings to you and yours in return, Philip! May you nourished by the fruitful darkness of the Winter Solstice. /|\πŸ™πŸ»

  2. I must share with you an experience my daughters and I shared two evenings ago. I had spent the day with a number of family, a pre Christmas gathering. A delightful day. My eldest daughter with her sister gave me a lift home. I live in The Forest of Dean, so we took the scenic route home from Whitecroft to Newnham on Severn. As we began to enter Cinderford, I looked up and saw part of a beautiful bright pink bow in the sky. Then as we entered a junction, witnessed the most powerful sunset I have ever seen over the River Severn. We drove round again to stop and appreciate this rush of every colour except Green. The richness and vibrancy with the mist swirling over the water shook me to my deepest level. Sadly, neither of my girls had brought their mobile to record this. I heard some of Handel’s Messiah in my head. I relayed to a friend who has great insight and she said that certain planets over that day and yesterday were causing a shift, an opening. We will never forget that journey home. Love, Margaret.

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