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Time slows. Light begins to wane a little every day.

In human life, this is the season of the child. Growth has flourished freely and now life faces a responsibility, that of obeying its natural imperative and fulfilling its duty to its own species — budding to reproduce, learning to hunt or to gather, swimming upstream to spawn, going to school. The season sobers us some from the sometimes giddy self-indulgence of spring and toddlerhood. The sobriety feels good if it is not imposed too suddenly. We begin haltingly to take ourselves seriously and notice how we are like and different from those around us.

Belonging is critical now. At this stage, we also learn about duty and consequences, about right and wrong. We find the limits which the Gemini toddler searched for, and we learn to mostly live inside them, because we discover that life is easier if we do. This is a time of discernment and differentiation.

In toddlerhood, we discovered what is pleasant to us and what is not; now we notice that others have pleasures different from our own. We also encounter standards of right and wrong operating around us. Right, unfortunately does not always align with pleasant; nor does wrong always align with unpleasant. Choosing between pleasant and right is no easy task when the two are opposed. So we learn to hide our pleasures from the clear light of day or the scrutiny of others.

Discipline, or at least the appearance of discipline, is important if we are to achieve belonging. Our response to limits begins to shape our identity and confer upon us character. In any cycle, the Cancer phase is about shaping identity in the best possible light. The air is so very still now; somewhere a drone hums. The relentless warmth at once saps our energies and makes us restless.

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Even the rivers are sluggish. Horses stand still in this season, swatting flies with their tails; dogs scratch. Surely there must be more to life than this. In human life, Leo is the season of adolescence. So we experiment with image and costume. We try on styles. We work to create an identity different from others, but one which will attract attention.

A long spring and summer may have given us terrific confidence. At this stage of a cycle, real hardship has yet to be encountered. In tribal societies, vision quests and rites of passage occur in this season, of both the year and of life. A tough challenge is imposed now so that one will be ready to meet circumstantial challenges later. Upon return from lonely nights of dreaming on the mountain, the young person is reckoned with, even celebrated. Leo expects and needs recognition.

The task of standing up to be reckoned has been formidable. In our own society, we provide no rites of passage for our young, who create their own by testing themselves against available dangers.