Autumn

Orange Birch in the rain, Craigellachie National Nature Reserve

This week Scotland decided to cut out the middle man, skip autumn and go straight to winter, with snow on the hills (and a few showers of the white stuff down here), and gales and rain a-plenty.  The rain and low lighting really bring out the beautiful orange birch, though…

“World conditions challenge us to look beyond the status quo for responses to the pain of our times.  We look to powers within us as well as to powers without.  A new, spiritually based social activism is beginning to assert itself.  It stems from not hating what is wrong and trying to fight it, but from loving what could be and making the commitment to bring it forth.”

– Marianne Williamson

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