There is so much noise. So much talk, concern, worry, and more talk.
Today I can’t add to it. What we can use is a little silence.
But if you do need some sound, what about little bit of nature?
I was sitting on a beach listening to the rhythm of the waves as they rolled in and back out—over and over. The repetition lured me away from the minutiae in my brain to a larger world order where I was no longer the center but just a cog. It’s amazing, really, how relaxing that change of perspective can be.
I decided to record that moment, those waves and the wind, for another day when I needed it. There have been many of those, but today it feels especially needed.
I recorded this video on a beach on Martha’s Vineyard. It isn’t perfect but it is real.
I hope that by next week I’ll feel like talking again.
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