Do nothing

The first day of Spring in the Celtic Calendar, even though you would not think so with the cold snap which has hit us after a mild January.

A text I have posted before but I really like its simplicity.

It is often wiser just to let things happen rather than forcing the universe into how we think it should be

Sitting quietly, doing nothing,

Spring comes, and the grass grows, by itself

Basho

2 thoughts on “Do nothing

    1. Thank you. These days are lovely feast days, full of hope and of healing. St Brigid had her monastery not far from here and her feast day was thought to bring growth and fertility to the land as she was invoked to bless the house. . It was the time to start ploughing, and indeed I saw some happening yesterday on a cold but sunny afternoon. May these days bring blessings to your house and barn and animals.

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