A supernatural, perfect world
From The Globe and Mail of Toronto, Ontario:
If autumn were on the other side of summer, it would be hailed as a noble season, but because it happens to fall on this side of summer, marking its end, it has dark undertones, at least for some. But autumn is not death; it is change. And, as we all know, change is the only thing in life that remains constant. In many ways, autumn is the season that is the very essence of life itself: change, beauty, unpredictability, and wonder.