Seasonal Changes

Copyright 2010 by R.O. & R.A. Robbins

The changing seasons are regularly occurring transitions.  They happen every year — four times.  Yet each transitions is different, with each season having it’s own unique blessings and challenges.

As I get older I find myself more and more in tune with the changing seasons.  Perhaps when I was younger I thought I was too busy to listen to messages from our mother the earth, or maybe I thought doing so would make me seem weird.  As you get older, being weird doesn’t matter as much.

While I love Spring and Summer with clear days and lots of time spent outside by the lake, I have to admit that Fall and Winter are more productive.  As the temperatures cool and my thoughts turn to naps and nice bowls of piping hot homemade soup I also feel my mind and body start to calm down and get ready to receive inspiration and to work.

Winter is the time much of my art gets created.  For me preparation for winter includes not only winterizing the house and car, stocking the pantry and getting out the winter clothes.  My winter preparations would not be complete without stocking up on art supplies.

Listen to the wisdom of the changing seasons.  This is mother earth’s way of preparing us for what lies ahead.  We already know what we need to weather the upcoming changes.  We just have to listen.  These regular transitions can help prepare us for the unexpected ones if we just let tthem.

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