each season of your life. Patiently prepare the soil, sow the seeds,
and do the work, and you’ll harvest the abundant fruits of your labors.
Accept both good fortune and adversity as you accept the shifting
seasons. Enjoy the glazed beauty of a winter’s day and the sultry days
of summer, for soon enough, each season, each day, each moment, passes
into history, and its exact likeness shall not be seen again. So rather
than longing for summer in the midst of a winter’s chill, or wishing for
cool winds in the dog days of summer, embrace each season for its own
gifts. Align yourself with the cycles of time and transformation, riding
change as ships ride the waves.”
Dan Millman, in “The Laws of Spirit”
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