In Nature’s perpetual motion, between ebbs and flows, there are thresholds in time.
These points of change occur almost subliminally – the equinox, phases of the moon,
changing of the seasons, the burst of new life, a wind shift, midnight, or the turning of the tide.
What do these tiny but significant moments look like?
Is there a metaphysical apparition at that exact threshold that is undetectable to our eyes?
We are aware of change, but see it as a seamless process of life and perhaps miss the
minute wonders along the way.
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