I’m fall-ing for you

“Colours are the smiles of Nature” Leigh Hunt

Fall and Autumn…same or different?

Always it’s a problem with the English language when the meaning remains the same but is conveyed with different words.

I understand that fall is American English and Autumn is British English.

It’s OK. there is no other go. Non-English speaking people have to live with this confusion.

“Don’t be afraid to be confused.

Try to remain permanently confused.

Anything is possible. Stay open, forever, so open it hurts, and then open up some more, until the day you die, world without end, amen.”
George Saunders

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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10 thoughts on “I’m fall-ing for you

      1. I am so sorry! It says: I love your choice of words, I love autumn leaves. It would not translate well, as mal have different meanings in Afrikaans. It can be mad (as in craze, but also as in mad in love with you). In this case, the last translation will fit well.

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