Today marks the Winter Solstice, the shortest day/longest night of the year. I would like to give credit to the ‘natural order of things’ for this pretty cool event. What I mean is that we humans have been relying on the Sun for a time keeper for, well, as long as we’ve existed. The Sun has always been there, reminding us of the ‘natural order of things’.
It is quite comforting if I say so myself, to have an (almost) eternal source of light – Guiding us wherever we need to go when risen, and setting to tell us to seek shelter. The Sun has given us a point of reference, a beacon if you will, to help map our surroundings. I could go on for quite some time, but I won’t.
Something is telling me to go forth and get busy on the day.