If we've learned anything recently, it's to breathe. To stand still and take things in, including our Loved Ones, Nature, food, even our cup of coffee!
We are living in The Now, as the buzzing of that 'clock' has subsided for many. If not ~ maybe we can offer a sanctuary for a little while? A quiet, reflective spot in time.
Just Be sometimes?
Stop. Breathe. Catch a moment.
The World is beautiful. In the Now, not next week, or last month.
Right now at this very minute. So, breathe.
Enter into the beauty and mystery of our oceans and seas.
There is still so many creatures we do not know about.
Lets go deep sea diving and see what we may find lurking in the depths under the coral ,in the sand,or hiding in plain sight.
Or even further into the abyss of the unknown that man can barely achieve.
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For September 2020
September 1st Full Corn Moon.
Historically, some Native Americans gave a name to each month’s full Moon, naming it in relation to a natural event or sign of the season. This aided them in tracking the progression of the year. Different peoples had different names, reflecting the areas where they lived.
One such name for the September full Moon was the Full Corn Moon because it traditionally corresponded with the time of harvesting corn in what is now the northeastern United States. It was also called the Barley Moon, as this is the time to harvest and thresh ripened barley.
Other full Moon names for this month include:
(taken from ~ https://www.almanac.com/content/full-moon-september)