Irish Roots and Spring Moon

IMG_0524Much to celebrate! Besides all things Irish, we honor the Spring Equinox  and the full moon on Wednesday. On the spring Moon, the ground begins to soften and earthworm casts reappear, inviting the return of robins. This is also known as the Sap Moon,  the time when maple sap begins to flow and the annual tapping begins.

Now when political machinations in the US are increasingly macabre and the news we hear about the rest of the planet is mostly heartbreaking, it’s time to remember the sweetness of nature. And an especially good time to deliberately search for the stories of all the good being accomplished in the world, all the sweetness of positive change, new consciousness, and true human stewardship! Yes Magazine is one great place to find those stories and make a new spring start. So is Upworthy. I know that for every reported act of unkindness and violence, there are millions of unreported acts of kindness and peace. In the face of old ways crumbling, and at the time of the spring Sap Moon, let’s find every way we can to tap the courage flowing in our own veins.IMG_0522

3 Responses to “Irish Roots and Spring Moon

  • Jennie Orvino
    3 years ago

    Love the wearing-of-the green costume, Susa. Thanks for this sentence: for every reported act of unkindness and violence, there are a million unreported acts of kindness and peace. Thanks.

    • Susa Silvermarie
      3 years ago

      Thank you Jennie. That was the crux! I hope today finds you in radiant health loving yourself and the world.

  • Pauline
    3 years ago

    Love your uplifting thoughts…I am grateful for you!

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