I love this imagery. I need to allow this to be true in my life.
This is how he ends the book. I too need to spend time in the present.
Why is this so hard to remember? Why do I act so discontented?
I also am reading a collection of authors reflecting on writing their memoirs in Inventing the Truth. This line by Russel Baker is my favorite line so far. He is reflecting on his very large family and a difficulty smaller families might encounter.
When you're the only pea in the pod, your parents are likely to get you confused with the Hope Diamond.
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