Winter has an uncanny way of producing in us a great appreciation for the tender new beginnings of spring…both in nature and in our hearts.
Janet L. Weaver
January 21st - new beginnings
Winter is on my head, but eternal spring is in my heart.
One thing that makes these cold and snowy days of winter easier to take is that I know Spring will come again. The stark whiteness of the snow reminds me of a clean slate, a new beginning. Snow brings change, newness and a fresh take on the world.
While the change of weather is an annoyance to some, it is the start of something new. It can be what we make of it but it can be be a time to sit back and realize each new day is a new beginning.
Thinking Spring gives me hope for a brighter tomorrow. With wind chill in the double digits below zero and the lake effect snow, I’m reminded that nothing lasts forever and this too will pass. Spring will come again bringing new beginnings, a fresh start and endless opportunities
Winter has a way of testing the resolve of people, rewarding those with grit and determination with the hope of spring. We have done this before and we can do it again.
Each day the world is born anew for him who takes it rightly
James Russell Lowell