March, often chilly and stormy at the beginning, previews sunshine, natural growth, and gentler breezes of spring. Life can be like that some times. Our grass stops growing, our trees have yet to bud, and we may feel down, even depressed, with the short days and long nights. Sleep may elude us and losses may be harder to recover from during this time of year. However, this darker quiet time may harbor activity below the surface of our awareness so that new hope, new life, and longer days are on the horizon. During this service we will share with you, through our writing, how we move through the darker, louder, scarier times toward the gentler, warmer, more fruitful times that follow.