“A culture of sharing is a culture of resilience.”Robin Wall Kimmerer
This time of year is considered sacred in many cultures around the world. There is something about the darkest time of year that is worth our reflection time.
A time when nature is “sleeping” beneath the earth, in caves and burrows, or under the snow. Of trees stripped of leaves that have fallen awhile ago. Bare trunks and branches displaying their graceful beauty.
This is an opportunity to remember why we are here…..and what supports and sustains us. The natural world.
Will we be more mindful of taking from her in the days to come? Our lives depend upon it….
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Gaye Abbott, Wildly Free Elder, 12/25/22