Thursday, February 25, 2010

Thoughts on Revolution



A turning.

The power of collected energy in motion.

The potter turns her wheel, creating containers to fill with life force.

The grinding stone making meal.

The oxen are pulling and the cart wheels are turning.

Earth beckons the sun of a new day.

The turning from winter to spring, spring to summer and the bounty turns into harvest.

Revolution happens as a natural course of life, and we learn the graceful dance that turns our celebration into exuberant joy at the feast of our communion as we share the wealth of the natural revolution.


  1. It's good to be reminded of natural cycles. I guess I've not had much sense of them lately.

  2. This is the natural cycle. Of course soaking in the natural elements away from the abstract shadows of human thought is tops.