THURSDAY MARCH 9th 2017
LIGHTNESS ON THE EDGE
When you walk, as opposed to drive, you have greater freedom to meander.
I have been struck by how living on foot rather than behind a wheel, there are more paths open to me to follow. When I drive, I can't responsibly meander all over the road. I have to stay in lane. But on foot I travel light. I can weave along a pavement or cross the road and stride a different path. And away from the concrete world, I can wander off the path altogether. I can walk to the edge of a precipice and lean into powerful winds. I can live on the edge.