Wednesday’s Wisdom-Seasons and Cycles

Hello Everyone!
I don’t have a guest blogger prepared for today so I will go ahead with my own thoughts today.
Here in Wisconsin, the sun is shining, the weather is slowly warming, crocuses are popping their blooms out from underneath the decayed leaves from last fall and it is no longer painful to go outside. These are all beautiful, wonderful miraculous evidence of Natures ability to keep on going, to regenerate and rebirth. Each season, each cycle has it’s own merits and challenges much like the cycles of our own lives. We ebb and flow, sometimes we are cold and sheltered at other times we are in full bloom and beauty. Nature and her seasons affirm that this is the way of life, the natural way. Our season may cycle more or less rapidly than Mother Nature’s, we are as her children, perhaps a bit unruly in our ways. But like all children we are exploring, playing and learning. Just as all children should be treated with Love and Acceptance, we need to remember to extend that same indulgence to ourselves and our cycles.
What season are you in today?

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About nanakoosa

Me...I am a trained Advocate and Counselor with 20 years experience working with Youth and Families. My most recent employment brought me to the field of Domestic and Sexual Violence Counseling and support. I myself am a Survivor of violence and have been on both side of the service desk, which provides for a unique, often conflicting, theoretical orientation. I am a regular blogger, journal keeper and story teller. My current focus is to give voice to the experiences of survivors, to shine some light in the dark corners of family life where all the spiders and creepy things hide. I also enjoy writing about my unconventional childhood in the tumultuous 60's and am dabbling in memoir writing. I have three wonderful children, two fabulous granddaughters and an assortment of pets. View all posts by nanakoosa

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