Balancing extremes at First Fruits

Balancing extremes at First Fruits

  As the season changes and shifts on February 2, how do you balance extreme realities —   such as the inert face of the parched earth with the juiciness of ripe stone fruits and berries? If you are in the northern hemisphere, read on, because extremes can...
Finding stability in spring

Finding stability in spring

    Do you struggle to find stability in spring?   Don’t feel there is something wrong with you. The nature of spring is change. It’s a season of uncertainty, and for most of us, uncertainty is not easy to deal with Spring is full of...
Equinox, royalty and rituals

Equinox, royalty and rituals

    Did you notice the elaborate protocols set in place for the ten days following the death of Queen Elizabeth? Every step has been prescribed, within an hour of her death, from the different locations for her body to lie in state, to precise timing, and...
Seasons Newsletter: Balancing extremes

Seasons Newsletter: Balancing extremes

    As the season changes towards First Fruits, how do you balance extreme realities? — the inert face of parched earth with the juiciness of ripe stone fruits and berries?   (If you are in the Northern Hemisphere, read on, because extremes can also be...
Autumn leaves

Autumn leaves

  The leaves were ankle-deep on Alfred Street. I scuffed through them, enjoying their crackle, while stopping to pick up handfuls to throw in the air.   There I was in my red stockings and brown duffel coat, approaching the man whose job it was to rake up...