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  • Writer's pictureKirsty Macdonald

A Simple Message for Spring in Haiku

Are you creating the conditions for the lighting of the next candle, or is the wick dangerously close to burning out - leaving you in a darkened room?

Did you already know that the spring awakening needs tending to? And are you ready and willing?

There is mystery and possibility in the twilight hours of spring, so why not take a moment to pause and reflect on what this could mean for you and for your life?

This haiku is so simple and yet holds so much depth. And here's a gentle yet powerful practice that can help you along the way.


Lighting One Candle, by Yosa Buson

The light of a candle

Is transferred to another candle—

Spring twilight


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