Under the winter sun and beneath the cold, hardened ground, spring is already hard at work, getting ready to go, ready to grow.
It is our responsibility to stay present to the lessons and possibilities of the current season while also preparing for the one that is to come.
“Winter” has two more months to make its case, one that reminds us to come back to ourselves, to conserve and to evaluate. But this is – this must be – an active rest, not a stagnant one.
The roots of the trees are busily storing water and nutrients for what’s to come. If not, there is no spring.