There is a universal reality in ourselves that aligns us with a universal reality that is everywhere.
~ B. K. S. Iyengar, Light on Life
Today’s sunrise contained some of the many reasons I love October and the autumn months. A glorious golden sunrise poured through the lobolly pines that stand guard on the eastern side of the lagoon.
Stripes of ground fog stretched out across the meadows.
Fog dancers waltzed across the surface of the lagoon.
Eventually the sun joined in the watery dance.
It is through your body that you realize you are a spark of divinity.
~ B. K. S. Iyengar
The light was simply stunning, leaving a golden sheen or glitter on everything it touched.
Autumn colors are just beginning to take over the foliage of the trees and grasses, and those, too, were enhanced by the morning light.
My walk was short this morning, but it was enough to start my day off with a big infusion of light and beauty. Thanks for strolling along with me. I hope the magic of autumn (or spring, for those of you in the southern hemisphere) inspired and stirred you in some way, too.
Be good, be kind, be loving. Just Be. 🙂
Reminder: If you’re participating in Walktober, please post your pingback or link to your post here. You have until midnight of October 25, although if you need more time, let me know. I’ll gladly extend it. (Click on the Walktober widget in the sidebar to the right if you are unfamiliar with the Walktober event. It will take you to last year’s post about it. One of these days I’ll get around to making a Walktober page.)
Today’s joys: Sunrise explorations; the union of light and fog; the wonderfully cool, but not cold, temperatures we have been blessed with today; walking barefoot through the dewy grass on my way back to the house; the rainbow of colors found in the foliage of the sweet gum trees.