The Gathering Moon

A gorgeous full harvest moon has just passed here in the Canadian part of the Northern Hemisphere. The autumn equinox which just occurred, is part of the solar not lunar cycle, part of the relation between the sun and earth’s axis. This slow rotation between the dark part of the year and the light part of the year creates the seasons, more pronounced further away from the equator. Twice a year, no matter where any of us live, we have approximately 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night. Equinox and harvest time, the solar and lunar cycles, are ineluctably linked. The moonrise coming over the horizon is closest in time to the sunset, giving it the large size and orange coloring for severa

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Dr. Lange has 35 years of experience as an educator and facilitator of transformative learning, both in formal (K-12; higher education) and nonformal contexts (community adult education). 

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