May 03, 2010
Renewal, rebirth, tool sharpening.
Spring ushers in important observances by most cultures and religions.
Nearly everyone--Pagans, atheists, druids, Scots, Picts, regular people, animals, your oddest relatives, city people, and the most pale indoor white collars you know--notice the natural world more. Even plain honest fleshy folk we grew up with in the American Midwest: they do a move, a dance, a jig, or an inspired stylish waddle to celebrate.
It's only primal. We all refuse to ignore rebirth, renewal, new life cycles, being here now--and the possibilities of bold fresh starts.
Posted by Holden Oliver (Kitzbühel Desk) at May 3, 2010 12:00 AM
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