CMMC-Spring or Autumn


I think most of India (except Himalayan region) does not have much autumn happening.

I am not an expert but I guess autumn starts in the month of March in India since we are in Southern hemisphere.

Some say that it comes twice in India during month of March and again during September. I am confused. My Indian readers can guide me.

Fall represents time for transformations which is inevitable in life.

Fall reminds us that it’s time to reflect and embrace the change.

The image of the tree below taken in the last week of March this year.

“The trees are about to show us how lovely it is to let the dead things go” Unknown


Spring is the time when life starts and there is jubilation everywhere. Seeds are planted, flower buds bloom, animals awake, baby bunnies, ducklings, and it’s time for celebrations in many cultures and it’s SPRING AWAKENING.


When we complain of having to do the same thing over and over, let us remember that God does not send new trees, strange flowers and different grasses every year. When the spring winds blow, they blow in the same way. In the same places the same dear blossoms lift up the same sweet faces, yet they never weary us. When it rains, it rains as it always has. Even so would the same tasks which fill our daily lives put on new meanings if we wrought them in the spirit of renewal from within – a spirit of growth and beauty.
Helen Keller

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏


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This post is part of Cee Neuner’s CMMC- Spring or Autumn photo challenge

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