what today smells like


“It is a function of love to provide a continuous environment in which life is permitted to unfold in its entirety. It informs a moment with a sense of eternity that courses through it: seeing in the child, [their summer and an] autumn to come; in the adult, …spring and winter; in the dying day, its full blaze and dawn. It is this Now which holds in layers of transparency the past and future, and we see ourselves suspended in emptiness, an emptiness which exists in order for fullness to be present.”

M. C. Richards (1989) Centering: In Pottery, Poetry, and the Person p. 143


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