Tuesday, December 31, 2013

New Year's Eve Montebello

When things don't make sense and clarity is needed, make a circle. A circle makes sense.

Don't worry if it's not a perfect circle. After all there are few or none of those in nature. Even the earth is not a perfect sphere; it has a bulge near the equator as a consequence of rotation. And rotation keeps us going, moves us in and out of light.

On the day before crossing over into a new year, I need a loop. Lumpy, imperfect, but going to the highest point around. (It's warm here, except at night and in the shade.)

The person who originally showed me this view, this vantage point, decided that my brain injury was a fake. That I'm a sham. Because unlike the view, you can't see a thing.

Still, how could you not be happy up here? Grateful for ever coming to know about it, however that happened.

To make a new start maybe it helps to visit the old wounds. Feel new strength growing in the broken places.

Then move on.

More photos here.

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