Through the Window
Sunshine, frost, winter flowering colour, but stick to the middle ground. Never mind the foreground where the grass needs cut nor the background where it needs to be uprooted. I am not sure you can see the volunteer primrose in the center which has colour-coordinated itself to the heather and the tinges of pink in the hellebore.
Our Creator encourages us to take a middle path, not too hard on ourselves, not too soft either. OK, I’m going out there to work a bit.
“You shall lead My People by the middle of the Heights that I have intended for them, by their still passable paths, but not by toilsome rock climbing (routes) and not by the roads below lined with inns. Take the middle paths; they slope upwards, but the slope is endurable, it goes by springs and through fruit groves; along the slope the children can walk, the wives can follow their husbands (and) lie down right next to them at halting places in order to warm up their bodies, fill them with joy, so that they together overnight forget about the strain of the ascent.”
The Revelation of Arès 7/1-2