Given that it’s Midsummer’s Afternoon, I am not going to take up very much of your time with talk. This isn’t the time for talk – or for reading and writing, really. This is the time to stand beneath the standing sun, feel the fire, and prepare yourself to carry that fire onward into theContinue reading “Standing Sun, Standing Man”
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Happy Solstice Morn! It’s the Longest Day of the Year!
Six months ago, the new light was born, Half year later, its victorious morn. The promises made in darkest of days, Fulfilled when the sun stops dead now to blaze. What recently only had the potential to be, The sun shines bright so permits us now to see. What stiffness in our backs, whate’er ourContinue reading “Happy Solstice Morn! It’s the Longest Day of the Year!”
The Bells of the Heavens Toll: It’s Midsummer
Did you see the waxing gibbous moon last night? It shone so bright it may as well have been full. That should give you some idea of what we’re in for. I don’t know how else to tell you, but this weekend is actually magical, and it starts today at noon. No, it doesn’t, youContinue reading “The Bells of the Heavens Toll: It’s Midsummer”