The imperfections of the ribbons on the Maibaum prove the beauty of the complexity of intertwining lives that created them.
Distributed rainbow bottled up.
Old music discs are getting reincarnated as decoration. After adoring musical minds through ears they will enhance the visuals of space through eyes. What sense they will entertain through in the next reincarnation?
What can depart? Clouds, airplanes, oceans, souls. Pardon my Drift, but I Digress in my Divergence, which is clearly a Deviation.
Sometimes I think that the cavalcade of clouds are created to keep our imagination occupied. But other times it is less like of a controlled circus and more of galloping.
The proliferation of suburban tatamis is a part of globalization in American melting pot culture that turned a series of disciplines and lifestyles into business propositions. Not a bad thing if as a result respect, endurance and other positive values are woven into children’s (and adults’) lives.
The Sukkah is similar to Platon’s cave: it provides a separation from and distortion of the world. But it is also like the Veil of Maya (dis)allowing us to see the world as is: Harsh and welcoming, enduring and fleeting.
First world nightvision: the ability to find the light-switch in the middle of the night to fund the way to the water closet in the dedicated bathroom.
Without a point of reference you have no idea of the scale of this cave/crevice. How would you feel in such a place with no sense of dimensions? Could you even fit in? Or just an ant?
Where do rivers flow in a rock? Can we step in them twice? How about just once? We’d experience time differently if we could.