Calm & Chaos, shares a journey we can all relate to. Be sure to read the Haiku at the end. Excellent! ❤
This blog post grew out of thinking about how to respond to various blogging challenges on offer this week. Somehow they all morphed together in my mind and became a continuum of challenging ideas –
The Celtic Cross has origins that pre-date Christianity and has meanings that parallel those of the Medicine Wheel of indigenous cultures. The four points on the circle symbolize many things – the four directions (east, south, west, north) – the elements (air, earth, water, fire) and time itself. Within the Wheel time is both circular and cyclical. There are times of day – dawn, midday, sunset, night – and there is seasonal time – spring, summer, autumn, winter.
For the ancients time turned rhythmically in a never-ending circle and life was lived within its turnings.
As society became more mechanized and industrialized the concept of time became more linear. Things had a beginning, a middle…
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