Early Springtime morning meditation

One of the things I most appreciate about the coming of Spring is sitting on my back porch in Old South London with a coffee in hand watching the sun slowly rise, listening to the birds sing and watching the squirrels run to and fro.

For me, it’s an opportunity to shut out the usual din of urban life and think about the day to come and the one just gone into the history books.

It’s a time to meditate and think about life. I hope that does not sound too pretentious, but it is the honest truth. Indeed, I do some of my best thinking during early Springtime mornings.

Like Spring itself, I find mornings a time of renewal and a reminder of challenges and opportunities ahead.

My alone time is something I cherish.

A piece of music that always comes to mind while I enjoy my mornings is Joe Walsh’s Birdcall Morning off of his 1972 album, Barnstorm. While the lyrics do not necessarily conjure up Spring, its haunting melody always puts in the right frame of mind.

Give it a listen: https://youtu.be/4wVSI3u4LVw

How do you spend your early Springtime mornings?

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