Thursday, March 22, 2018

The Equinox in Our Bones

"Early this morning, there was fog & as the sun rose around us, everything began to glow & it made me wonder what this world will become for us when we remember in our bones that even the darkness is just another shape of light."
~ Brian Andreas ~ StoryPeople ~
Or, as Gerry was wondering this very morning, only moments before I opened up my mail to find that my friend Diane had sent me the above Story of the Day: "Why do you think it is that human beings, in all epochs and seasons, are universally drawn to the rising and setting of the sun? Do we learn that the sunrise and the sunset are beautiful to behold, or are we born feeling it in our bones?

Additional Vernal Equinox Posts

2010: Garden & Fig

2011: Super Moon

2012: First Day of Spring

2013: Bursting Into Light

2014: The Wire Brush of Doubt, Spring Hopes Eternal

2015: Prevernal, Vernal

2016: Why the World Wags

2017: Light Spectrum, My Own Little Stonehenge

2018: Tuesday Afternoon

2019:Daylight Loses

2020: Last Sunset of Winter

2021:The Pause Between Seasons

2022: An Horizon Near You


Sunrise Reflected in the Front Window

Sunrise Through the Wires

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