In the Northern hemisphere, it’s the first day of spring, one welcomed by a “super worm equinox moon”. I sat outside last night and watched as the earth’s turning allowed me to see the full moon rise. I felt how clearly love can’t be confined to likes and dislikes. It’s to embrace, embraced, this world we share, even when so much appears unfathomable. We’re here to open our view and expand with generosity our response.
My neighbor Jeanine Aguerre opened her eyes, ears, and sensitivity this morning when she walked out her door and heard shrieks coming from a pine tree. Interpreting the sounds as a love song, she grabbed her camera and took these photos of two hawks.
I’m inspired to celebrate spring by allowing my dreams to come together and build a nest, hatch, feed, and wing!