November seems to be a month for deep reflection. It feels like nature strips us bare and dims the light so that we are forced look to look inwards.
At the same time, however, Mother Nature, opens up new spaces and patterns as the leafless trees allow us to see the skies ~ especially the starry skies on clear frosty nights.
Bareness and space feel unfamiliar after the lush growth of Spring and Summer and the colourful tapestries of Autumn.
But this is time in which we should seize the apparent quietness and work away within ~just as nature is working beneath the soil ensuring that the spring colour of snowdrops and crocuses will re-emerge with vibrant hope and promise for the onward journey.