The World is a complex place; with many moving parts that we still, to this day, do not understand. One of the reasons, is due to The World constantly changing on the Microscale to The Macroscale. Some Macroscale things include The Ice Age ceases to be, an Asteroid hitting The Earth and wiping out The Dinosaurs and Pangea splitting into Today's World's continents. Some of the microscale things include, it raining, it snowing, heat waves and hurricanes; things living and things dying; and the changes in, The Seasons!
The Four Seasons are Spring, Summer, Autumn/Fall & Winter. These changes may be micro in scale, but for our livelihoods, its colossal! The Seasons determine wide variety of our own human behavior. These things include when we plant, when we harvest, when wear light vs heavy clothing, what type of beverages we drink, how we celebrate our holidays and alot more! The Seasons in our lives, are indeed, Macroscale.
Spring is considered to be The Season of Aloha. The Season where life sprouts into Creation and new things are made. Plants rise from the ground and animals are born. Spring is a time of warmth and rain, of sunshine and of jovial being. Spring in The Northern Hemisphere is from March 20th to June 20th and September 21st to December 21st in The Southern Hemisphere. Spring is The Aloha Season!
Summer is the time of heat, of melting, of beaches and vacation, the time to have a blast and kick back. Summer is hot, there is no denial of that fact. Summer in The Northern Hemisphere begins on June 21st and Ends on September 21st. On The Southern Hemisphere, Summer begins on December 21st and End on March 20th.
Autumn or Fall in some places, is the season of cooling down the summer heat, the leaves turn red and fall; the time for pumpkin is here. It's a time of coziness and beauty. Autumn in The Northern Hemisphere begins on September 22nd and Ends on December 20th. In The Southern Hemisphere Fall begins on March 20th and ends on June 20th.
Winter, is cold and icy. The Snow is intense and the ice is solid as rock. Things die and hibernate and growing crops is as easy as jumping to the moon. Winter in The Northern Hemisphere begins on December 21st and Ends on March 19th. In The Southern Hemisphere, Winter begins on June 21st and Ends on December 21st.
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