While Cal chooses and stacks cutters, she hums… little boxes on the hillside.
“Are weeeeeee — baking cutouts?” Tal pulls sugar from the shelf. “Coooooooo-keys! Yum, yum, yum!”
Nią’s voice is just loud enough to be heard over sounds of sawing and pounding that are wafting across the yard. “Looks like another neighbor is making the switch from light tan to dark gray siding.”
Tal twists and springs one of her curls. “Stylish!”
Cal packs up the cutters. She snagged them for photo fodder… not baking. “Judge not… lest ye too… shall be judged? There is much restraint… and wisdom… in minding one’s own business.”
Truth can only be found in the present moment.
To see the contradiction, and act as only you can, with the experience you have accumulated.
Love this Gail:
“There is much restraint… and wisdom… in minding one’s own business.”
And also it appears you are tinkering around a personal philosophy in the Typist quote.
Really love that too!
At work today one of the things we are working from is the idea that if you cannot express something simply, you don’t yet understand it well enough.
I wonder how I can pair the idea that truth only exists in the present (and includes the contradiction) with the idea of simplicity and clarity around “understanding.”
Hmmm...thanks for getting me thinking!
“Truth can only be found in the present moment.
To see the contradiction, and act as only you can, with the experience you have accumulated.”