Just as there are seasons to each year, there are seasons to life.
Cyclical changes come and go with success or strife.
Some changes are permanent and need to happen in order to grow.
This is the hero’s journey, the voyage into the unknown.
Prepare, toil, and shed old habits to return with the boon and the lion’s mane.
And shed, you must, for nothing can be the same.
A tip of the cap to Eddie Gonella for planting the seed I’ve been thinking about last week, which is “the seasonality” of life. Both the cyclical and the permanent.
I hope you enjoyed this short rhyme.
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