I originally wrote this blog in late August with the intention of posting it on September 1st. However, health issues changed my energy, concentration, and ability to do my usual activities. I believe I am now truly back.

The month of September symbolizes a time to make changes by improving oneself, finding forgiveness, and doing what is best for the soul. As I reflected on what the month symbolizes, I prayed about the things I needed to change that are obstacles to my growth and well-being.

The colors of autumn are vibrant and up lifting. Red symbolizes passion and desire, orange represents positivity, and yellow means happiness. The season of autumn also represents the impermanence of life. Therefore, it is important and healthy to embrace the present. There will always be changes which challenge us to live life to its fullest every day, every moment.

Thank you for being my fellow traveler in this journey of life. Your support and kind words are uplifting, inspiring, and informative.

21 thoughts on “SEPTEMBER

  1. Hello Karen Always happy to see your posts. Hope your health challenges are improving. Yes, Autumn is always time to both harvest and re-plant. Blessings to you Redwing

    Redwing Keyssar, RN, Author

    Please excuse any errors Sent from beyond earth



  2. I love the comparison of our journey to the changing of leaves, so fitting. I hope you are feeling better now. Sending you lots of healing hugs xoox


  3. What a great post. I love learning what the colors of fall stand for. You provided us with many reminders of how fragile and precious the โ€œhere and nowโ€ is! Thanks sweet friend!


    1. Thank you, Jayne, for your comment and support of me. September and October are my two favorite months. I miss the smells and vibrant colors in Minnesota during autumn, but there is a little different feel and look here in Florida with the trees and lack of humidity in the air.


  4. Beautiful, Karen. It seems we’re always on a quest — searching for guidance deep within. You’ve captured that movement and brought me “home”. Blessings, dear friend. ๐Ÿ˜Š

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s