Awakening is a process of review and release.  We must learn all we can, let the circumstance (and sometimes the people) fall away, and then make sure we are not carrying the dead leaves around with us through the rest of our experiences. In Fall, the trees offer us a brilliant reminder that as we let go the things we are releasing will do everything in their power to make us sit up, take notice, and hold on.  It is a reminder that just as the trees take every last bit of life from the things they hold on to, we too must prepare to learn, let go, and be freed.  As we awaken, things come to the surface to be released.  Many times they go kicking and screaming, and often they look quite appealing.   They turn red and orange.  They turn bright to grab our attention, to look important and like we need them, but what we really need to do is appreciate what they were, then allow them to dry up, fall off, and blow away.  Ninjas Hate Crunchy Leaves is a call to action.  Let’s do this! 

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