I would like to wish everyone a Happy New Year. Instead of another post written by me, I am simply closing this last post of 2015 year with a quote from the nineteenth century Scottish author and poet George Macdonald, from his book Adela Cathcart:
The winter is the childhood of the year….It is as if God
spoke to each of us according to our need: My son, my
daughter, you are growing old and cunning; you must grow a
child again, with my son, this blessed birthtime. You are
growing old and selfish; you must become a child. You
growing old and careful; you must become a child. You
growing old and distrustful; you must become a child.
are growing old and petty, and weak, and foolish; you
become a child – my child…
May this quote, this observation of the season, assist each of us in focusing on and appreciating our inward state of affairs, and not just the easily recognizable outward, external and material world.
© Barbara E. Cashman 2015 www.DenverElderLaw.org