Posts Tagged with ‘equinox’

Sunday Best – March 21, 2021

It’s crept along in recent weeks – the birds getting louder, the sun getting stronger, the green shoots emerging from the ground as it thaws – and now, at last, we have arrived at the equinox. Even though there’s surely a last snowfall or two to keep us guessing, each day from here has a […]

Sunday Best – March 24, 2019

Youth gets together his materials to build a bridge to the moon… and at length the middle-aged man concludes to build a woodshed with them.  – Henry David Thoreau   I’ve always had a fraught relationship with Thoreau, who seemed to require harsh critique and dismissal in his writing before finding glimmers of hope and […]

Sunday Best – September 24, 2017

Autumn equinox is a curious turning – a quiet, muted shift. In spring we rejoice that the long winter is nearing its end, and at the solstices there’s an expansiveness, either of endless day or burrowed-down night. But autumn, alongside the abundance of harvest, brings the promise of darkness to come. The plenty right next […]

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