Our home here in the northern hemisphere is tilting away from the sun, the early morning and evening light is taking on a honeyed tinge, and we can sense that the long summer is ending.
It's becoming the time of equinox, of equal days and nights. We come together to sit in silence to witness this turning and acknowledge the changes that are happening even as we speak. Though we'll have many days of Indian Summer yet to come, the changing light tells us it's time to begin to gather in, to assess what has been given, to offer gratitude. Please join us in this gathering as we sit together on Monday Nights.