I added three new pages this weekend. One is found in the I Remember tab, one can be found in Art Center, and the third page is found in Sky.
I am finding that self-reflection creates it’s own cause and effect situation that can go on and on like a cable-knit sweater. The more I write, the more I want to write. The more I reflect on ‘stuff’, the more I find myself reflecting on… stuff.
This all reminds me of a book I read for the first time about 30 years ago. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert Pursig. The book title is intriguing enough to want to know more, but the message and meaning of the story is one that brings the reader into the life of a man and his relationship with his son. It’s quite a great read and I have re-read it several times since. The main character is always pondering, always looking deeper into thought and action that underlies personal essence of being.
Although I do not ride a motorcycle, I do ride a Vespa electric scooter to my workplace. Adding this change in my daily routine has afforded me with even more time to reflect, which is really great. No radios and no phone calls. Just me and my thoughts.