I notice that Autumn is more the season of the soul than of nature.
Once we manage to fight off the first shock of the arrival of autumn, we actually have to admit that we secretly love this season of the year. As summer fades into autumn, and the leaves turn golden yellow, sun-kissed orange and fairy-tale burgundy, evenings are becoming chilly and it’s more and more difficult to wake up in the morning after those long evenings when you spend most of your time watching knitting tutorials, and mulled-wine recipes. As you walk along the deserted streets you turn around to make sure that nobody is watching before kicking a heap of sleepy leaves with a smile on your face as they fly all over the place; when you stumble upon a puddle of water you stop and hesitate for a moment as you listen to a voice deep in your heart that urges you to jump right in. You feel like a child once again. You are just staring at the rays of the lazy autumn sun stroking the self-conceited trees along the streets; they seem to laugh and shake their canopies as if they were blushing at some compliments whispered by the November wind. Such an abundance of beauty! Nietzsche once said “I notice that Autumn is more the season of the soul than of nature.” Long walks, wooly sweaters, knitted scarves and Cinnamon flavored kisses. Oh yes! November is definitely here. Let’s fall in love! After a busy October we still have a lot to do in the 11th month of the year that’s just ahead of us. Happy November Vibes to everyone.