While everything around us is preparing for passing and new beginnings, all is slowly falling into place. The most beautiful colors are taking over every part of the city, it is sheer impossible to ignore that seasons are changing. The year is coming to its end in vibrant red and golden colours, all awaiting the clarity of winter and the beginning of spring.
October celebrates our achievements and blessings, we are reminded to be thankful for the richness of our harvest when we celebrate Thanksgiving, we celebrate death on Halloween or the victory of light over darkness at Diwali festival. Regardless of which part in the world you live and celebrate in, darkness and light, life and death and livestock and hunger are themes present in almost every culture. October is a month as heartbreakingly melancholic as it is joy and light. So, while we let our feelings flow it, don’t forget to take a walk outside and admire the breathtaking beauty awaiting you.
“October is the fallen leaf, but it is also a wider horizon more clearly seen. It is the distant hills once more in sight, and the enduring constellations above them once again.”