Autumn light alters appearances. Shadows are longer, creating drastic dark and light contrast. Light is filtered through leaves as colors change. Snakes warm themselves on stones instead of escaping the summer heat. Migration journeys begin. Adjectives have the ability to describe what is visible to the eyes. Just like the ancient “You can’t judge a book by its cover” adjectives do not have the ability to express the truth. People who have had prescribed adjectives describe them understand the difference between what is visible and the truth in their hearts. Shadow and light play with our vision. Actions clarify the truth.