Whatever it is, it reminds me housework is as much meditation as anything else. It's a lovely frame for the rest of life -- disguised as a mindless, boring task that was always anything but.
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I am often asked how students today differ from those of decades past. I don't have any profound answer born of years of observation, but one thing seems to stand out.
One minute you're walking down the aisle wearing a silk gown for a big ceremony, and the next you're being wheeled down the corridor wearing a paper gown for a colonoscopy.
The passage of time shows us that change is inevitable and progress is eventual. But we often can't see this looking ahead.
New York artist Bobby Neel Adams sought to chronicle the passage of time in a visual manner. Adams called his resultant project Age Maps and says they...
What seems like a temporary eternity in life and circumstances teeters before the next shift of wind.
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