Spring passes and one remembers one's innocence
Summer passes and one remembers one's exuberance
Autumn passes and one remembers one's reverence
Winter passes and one remembers one's perseverance.
- Yoko Ono, Season of Glass Allen 2 either spring, summer, fall, or winter, could be seen as parallel to his life in those moments, each helping to define some of his joys, challenges, and his attitude toward life in general. Just as we may refuse to believe that summer is over, because for many it is the season we wish would go on forever, it is equally as startling when our own leaves begin to change, and we realize the end of our own summer. The best example from the video was the 30-somethingJohn Smith who had just married and had a very young daughter. He had a well-paying job, a nice car and house, but all of these things forced him to question where his youth went. All of a sudden, he’s not in his twenties anymore, and he doesn’t feel so invincible. He feels a bit befuddled, every day trying to get a grip on that which his life now consists. This John is beginning to feel his life change from summer to fall, from a carefree young man to a man who suddenly realizes how brief Allen 3 Allen 4 With spring comes new life. Trees blossom, flowers bloom, and baby animals are born. This season is a time of newness. When we are still young and innocent, everything about the world seems so new and magnificent, and everything becomes a learning experience for us. In the season of spring, we are protected and nurtured, just like the new foal or calf is watched overby its mother. Children are engaged in the fresh world around them, and are encouraged to play and learn, like the little lamb frolics about in the field, or the foal must learn to walk on its long, awkward legs. In the video, you can practically see the wonderment that is constantly in 8-year-old John Smith’s eyes. He is just beginning to learn what life is about, and more importantly what life is to...
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