Fall is my favorite season. It fills me with hope and brings me joy. And, as a yogi, it reminds of the importance of giving gratitude for the gifts in my life.
The derivation of the fall season, also known as the September equinox, comes from centuries ago when the planting and harvesting of food was the most important time of the year. I can imagine that happiness and gratitude abounded when a good crop was taken to market. Food was the sustenance that kept people alive and well; and planting and harvesting represented the rhythm of life. The activity of reaping held dignity and worth.
Read the rest at AOL/Huffington Post's Healthy Living.
Thanks as usual to Gina Misiroglu of Red Room for putting me in touch with the Huffington Post people. It’s just one of the great ways she's bringing traffic to Red Room and getting attention for Red Room's authors.