We were walking along a trail in Rouge Park in early May. The park was buzzing with spring’s eagerness to emerge - ferns unfurling their fibonacci curves, trilliums driving home some Ontario pride, little green fingers stretching up through the soil. I spotted a tree growing sideways up the edge of a ravine, and I couldn’t … Continue reading How can I trust in the unknown?
I learned a new word today: KOMOREBI - an untranslatable Japanese term that refers to the quality of light when the sunshine is filtered through a canopy of leaves. Last Tuesday I floated in this dappled light for a few hours, dreaming about Wildness Weekend. I immersed myself in this daydream to give colour and texture to my retreat planning process.