Simple pleasures: -perfect weather (the sun is out and warms your back, yet there’s still a slight, sweet breeze in the air) -a paper and pen + time on your hands to think -a place to sit -a cup of water -comfortable silence with friends
we go for fine wine, cars, and movie stars, but we miss what’s freely given and it’s a shame because it’s the richest of fare look—the juniper and myrtle still grow, there is time for change yet
It is difficult driving in the dark. There’s no sun light to depend on by sight. Just an attention-draining mess of man-made headlights and blinkers to guide you badly. The darkness makes it difficult to discern the distance of things. All those lights vie for your attention with the same intensity. Or at least that’s what it looks like, glancing from mirror to mirror swinging your...