The spiritual concept of falling and learning from the fall is beautifully mirrored in the transition from Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time. As the leaves fall, they pave the way for new growth. Similarly, our falls, both literal and metaphorical, are not setbacks, but rather stepping stones toward growth and transformation. Embracing these moments of vulnerability and surrender allows us to navigate life’s challenges with grace and wisdom, ultimately leading us to a place of greater strength and resilience. So, as we “fall back” in time, let us also fall forward into our hearts, embracing the lessons that lie within.

In the realm of spirituality, falling holds profound symbolism. It represents a moment of surrender, a release of control, and an acceptance of vulnerability. It is a universal experience, one that transcends cultural, religious, and geographical boundaries. Falling signifies the acknowledgment that we are not infallible, and that growth often arises from moments of discomfort and uncertainty.

The transition from Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time serves as a gentle reminder that change is an inherent and necessary part of life. Just as the natural world shifts and adapts, so too must we. Embracing this transition allows us to align ourselves with the rhythms of the universe, embracing the ebb and flow of life’s journey.

This Saturday as you set your clocks back and fall back in time, make your commitment to join us and Fall Forward in understanding and community at Unity San Francisco.  See you there!