Goin’ Thru Them Changes!

Happy Friday, All!

Take just a moment, if you will, to T.G.I.F.!

Many things happen in Autumn, not only the changing colors of the leaves on trees in New England and the added crispness of the air as the temperatures begin to drop and night seems to come earlier. Activities like football games take precedent as the baseball season comes to a close! Preparations for winter begin where people start to store up firewood for their fireplaces, and, in many places heavier clothing including sweaters and jackets, even boots and warmer longer socks are being taken out as summer comes to an official close.

So much “adieu”, so to speak, in politics as candidates prepare to run for the highest office in the nation and talk about “class warfare” as if it is a new phenomena in a very capitalistic America. The homeless start to look for better shelter as the weather threatens to change their lifestyles. Even in places like The Tropics humankind anticipates temperature changes that will influence their lifestyles as well. The Native Americans or “the Amerinds”, as anthropologists have often referred to them, found the changing season as a time to be appreciated! Won’t you?!

“Time never challenged the Indian (Native American) or worked against him. Time was for silently marking the passing of the seasons. It was a thing to be enjoyed.” – Tim Giago.

Today, rather than wrestling with time, I will be aware of my experiences and let time flow. (TOUCHSTONES September 22nd)

Have a fine Friday and a wonderful weekend!

Peace always,

John I. Cook, Director

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