What season are you in?
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What season are you in?

Knowing the answer is good intel to have.

For nature doesn’t try to be something it’s not.

Winter doesn’t will its way into spring and summer doesn’t look at what it’s losing as the days move into autumn. They each have a role to play.  

It’s easy to tell ourselves we should be in a season that we aren’t and to push against the climate we find ourselves in.

At times a season can feel like it’s going on forever.

In the midst of a personal winter many years ago, someone so very wisely said to me, ‘After every winter there comes a spring’. They’re words I’ve never forgotten.

What season are you in and how are you honouring it?