Fall foliage captivates us with its dramatic display of red and golden hues. We owe ourselves our own season of transformation. We should not be afraid to shamelessly bare ourselves, our true selves, without pretense or conformity. We often anchor ourselves to ideals, perceptions and experiences that may no longer hold true for us or give us strength. If we could only be like the trees, we may not be afraid to show our true colors. Could we then be brave enough to let go of what no longer sustains us?