I eat a peach spit out the pit the pit becomes a tree
the tree grows and flowers and bears another peach
seasons change so often
why should I care if my hair turns white
from The Mountain Poems of Stonehouse (1272-1353) translated by Red Pine
While soon we may not see this for awhile, we may see t shirts made in the USA, 1 for $35. Its perhaps a buybuy for consumer purchasing power and a hell ofore US corporate profits.
Often the other side of the streetalwhays looks more interesting
so does what ever someone else is doing.
A building in San Francisco on a sunny Saturday October afternoon
Ouside a bar in Tokyo I guess if you do not understand relativity you will after a few beers.
I don’t feel alone, actually I think even if I held one in my own two hands I would not be able feel it.
It is confusing and it helps if you have a place to go . . .
or sumthing to do . . .
Looks like help got there before me.
A high injury street this is not a warning to pedestrians but an advertisement (on a newspaper box) for a law firm seeking injured clients,
On the other end of a cabled bridge
Tp get a way from it all I walk four miles everyday, on the levee almost everyday ay, when I started I would do it in about 52 minutes, 11 years later at 73 it takes about an hour, but since I have met so many people on the trail I often stop to chat.
Attempting to answer the question “How do we shape the future?” in the book’s final chapter, the Stephen Hawking writes: “Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet.”