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 The Season of Letting Go

“I want to feel both the beauty and the pain of the age we are living in … I want to possess a light touch that can elevate darkness to the realm of stars.” –Terry Tempest Wiliams, from When Women Were Birds

An exploration of the various ways we are called to “let go” in the final days of this autumn season, to reach the state of being described by Terry Tempest Williams. Includes a story about an old woman and a black dog, the descent of Innana, and poetry by James Wright and Jane Kenyon.

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