For the most part, fall is the time to bring together all of the preparations for winter. When the cold and snow arrive in Saskatchewan, it is necessary to have large supplies of food, warm clothes, and warm lodgings.  Fall harvest is meant to be a time for community to gather together and share the bounty and goodwill among themselves.

These uncertain times provide many parallels to those days, how will you reach out to your community to share goodwill and how can we ensure equal access to food and warmth for the everyone?

Please don’t hesitate to connect with Saskatoon food Bank or the Lighthouse if you have enough to share.

 Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash

This is part of a series of mindfulness prompts that are based in Métis teachings. Each weekly post has an image specifically designed to fit the lock-screen on your phone. The idea is that you can make mindfulness easy, effective and beautiful all at the same time. Placing each new image on your lock screen serves to keep it in the front of your mind while the week allows you enough time to lean into the learning.