First master the moment,
...then think about the future and whatever extra worldly questions you may have...
The last solar term in spring is grain rain. In this solar term, all the whole area around the yellow river and in Taiwan have plentiful rain. The farmers are busy with spring crops. The rain nourishes the grain, thus the name of this solar term: grain rain.
Due to the plentiful rain, plans grow lavishly, fish and crab become plentiful as well. This is also a busy season for the those who raise silk warms!
With the beginning of april, tung flowers blossom. You can clim the hills and admire the white tung flowers- a wonderful season to travel into nature.
Before you take your trip, remember to to meditate during this solar term! Solar terms are a good chance to practice meditation, as energy is strong today.
You don't have to try meditating when your angry or upset.
Let the storm pass, the light of your true nature will not come out to see you in the storm.
Fifteen days after the spring equinox is the clear and bright solar term. Weather is gradually getting warmer, flowers and plants sprout fresh buds.
During this solar term, the wind is warm, blowing from the south east. Thus is also bring plentiful rain. Most people think about tomb sweeping day in this season. In the Chinese culture, remember the ancestors is an extremely important event. Strictly speaking, tomb sweeping day is a tradition which began in the Song dynasty, the goal was to let family descendants to remember their predecessors. As it is one of the three main ghost festivals, people may carry Switchgrass or willow branches in protection against evil.
Although the wind blows from the south-east, Taiwan has yet to escape from the north-east winds. Weather can chance dramatically. Often the sun is out during the day, but nights become chilly. Thus the proverb「三月初，寒死少年家」。
With all the bustle in your daily life, remember to grasp the moment and meditate today!