Mockingbird in an Orange Bush, edition 4 of 12 by Michael Hermesh
We wander through our lives from one chore to the next, from one certainty to another. We carry the tools and the baggage that is appropriate and wear the hat that was assigned to us or that we decided on.
Suddenly unexpected magic comes our way; we drop our baggage, remove our hat, and observe, communicate, and live. A new experience helps us to be alive, our lives become magic again – as they should be.
Maybe I am paraphrasing the saying – “The purpose of traveling is not to see new things with old eyes but to see old things with new eyes”. – Michael Hermesh