Interesting thoughts for this time of stillness and earth connecting.
Lughnasadh, pronounced LOO-na-sa, marks the start of the harvest season in the Northern hemisphere Celtic/pagan calendar. It is a time to celebrate the harvest, gathering of crops or for most modern folks harvest our gifts and what brings us joy. Taking time to connect with the Earth and Her bounty.
Here is a short but interesting article on Lughnasagh and a unique version of the song John Barleycorn, which has long been associated with the season.
Blessings of Lughnasadh
An interesting and informative post by Sarah Fuhro for today’s New Moon.
I dream that all of us who are suffering burn-out because of national and world politics come together to plant and nurture trees. Scientists say that planting ONE TRILLION TREES would neutralize two-thirds of carbon emissions and reverse climate change. Yes, we need to march, to organize, and to vote. But it is also important […]
I shout love to the wind rushing by
whirling my hair
and whipping my face,
pulling the air from my lungs with
each gasping breath.
I shout love to the trees of the forest
solid and silent,
witnesses to the folly of man
in a time of technology.
I shout love to myself
surviving the ups and downs,
of a life well lived
in a society of lonely dreamers.
I shout love to the world
abandon your cruelty
and petty disputes,
pick up the pencil of peace
and write your story into existence.
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