March 4, 2020
There are actions that are only done, objects that are in place, only to make life easier. Adhering to the momentum these actions and objects impose becomes habitual. These habits simplify life so that we donít feel the grinding and rubbing to smooth the transitions between moments, making it possible for time to glide effortlessly onwards, unnoticed. Yet, when an action becomes redundant, an object is removed, our habits are so ingrained that we continue without noticing. At times have I looked back to the circuitous path travelled, only to find clear and unimpeded line-of-sight back to where I started.