to each a beauty


How are you doing?

How much further can you go?

How can you break open your ways of seeing and understanding to the more?

‘It is also not consistent with the reality of the soul to admit there is any thing in the known universe more divine than men and women.’*

Each has their beauty.

We do not find our beauty by handing our freedom to others.

So we free our minds and hearts and wills even more.  No-one else can do this: it’s grown from the inside out.  Nor can anyone take this freedom away; only we can do this.

Today, I walk the solid ground and swirling sky surrounds my head and I explore the possibilities for which I have not yet found a limit or hindrance.

“It is our habit to think outdoors – walking, leaping, climbing, dancing, preferably on lonely mountains or near the sea where event the trails become thoughtful.”**

Though city streets and shops and alleyways will equally suffice to carry your freedom.

(*From Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass.)
(**Friedrich Nietzsche, quoted in Keri Smith’s The Wander Society.)

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