Have a Melancholy Lughnasadh

A gentle, wistful melancholy, that is. Lughnasadh marks a cross-quarter day on the Celtic calendar. The beginning of harvest and the month when the light begins to turn more golden and the sun moves lower in the sky.

T.Thorne Coyle has a harvest meditation on her blog. I’ll be a little sad to see the first leaves turn.

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  1. The real melancholy starts in October-Ray Bradbury was onto that.

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