Sunday, December 21, 2008

Solstice


Winter Solstice, the shortest day and longest night of the year, is always a nice time to nest and consider the blessings or burdens of the recent past (luck, fate and/or perseverance). Irrespective of your take on the etiology or source of your present circumstance, this place of equipoise in the progress of celestial meandering is an appropriate time to pause and take stock of what you intend for yourself. I notice the symmetry of having started this blog on the last winter solstice. That's all I have for the moment.

2 comments:

Chris Mardorf said...

Always a pleasure to read your thoughtful musings. It's a treat to see words like "equipoise" and "etiology" used in a complete sentence.

Bob said...

Look at Frost's "Stopping by Woods"...