Epiphany for 2010

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“Since we move in time through a sequence of spaces, we experience a space in relation to where we’ve been to where we anticipate going” -Ching

I love this time of the year. New beginnings. New horizons. Old things have passed away.

Walking through the vineyards this time of the year actually brings a soothing to the soul. Walking the narrow rows of young living vines during the early morning hours and be quite peaceful. The sun not opening it’s eyes yet as you quietly stroll through the rows of pruned vines. The dew still on the ground and the fog merging with the sweet smells around you. The rows tend to disappear into the fog. The vines are quiet and still, standing at attention as if their commander and chief had just walked by for inspection. All you can hear is the sound of your own breathing. You start to sing. Music soothes the soul.

You begin to think about the vines. What struggles have they gone through…their souls cut back to bare minimum. They are starting over. New beginnings are about to emerge. What is in store for them this year? The vines will soon bud again and new fruit will spring forth.

Much like our own lives, we need new beginnings. We need a new start. Talk a walk through the rows of your life and see the new horizons ahead of you…look closely through the fog…it’s there. It will emerge. New fruit will soon spring forth…start singing.

Cheers,

Passaggio Wines

2 thoughts on “Epiphany for 2010

    k2whino said:
    January 9, 2010 at 4:17 am

    Sometimes I really envy you winemakers… Cheers!

      passaggiowines said:
      January 9, 2010 at 4:59 pm

      It’s the real bloggers like you that I envy…thanks

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