This is our 'time out' page, because every now and then it's a good thing to do.
A reminder by Robert Frost ....
And you were given this swiftness, not for haste.
Nor chiefly that you may go where you will,
But in the rush of everything to waste,
That you may have the power of standing still.
And speaking of standing still, take a moment to watch the short (15-minute) independent film below. You won't be disappointed.
Turn up the volume, click on the white triangle play button.
If you wish, click on the lower right hand part of the square image to enlarge the film image on your screen.
Descendants from Goro Fujita on Vimeo.
Who gets up early to discover
“Unfold Your Own Myth”
the moment the light begins?
Who comes to a spring thirsty
and sees the moon reflected in it?
Chase a deer and end up everywhere!
An oyster opens its mouth
to swallow one drop.
Now there’s a pearl.
A vagrant wanders empty ruins.
Suddenly he’s wealthy.
But don’t be satisfied with stories,
how things have gone with others.
Unfold your own myth.
Your legs will get heavy and tired.
Then comes the moment of feeling
the wings you have grown, lifting.