A leap, between a half-told tale in photographs and what the text of a personal journey slipped around intuitive quotes isn’t quite telling either. Like leaping over a brook, just wide enough that there is a risk of aiming short. The breathless thrill of not getting your feet wet; the pull felt afterwards in the sinews of your inner thighs.
A journey into circles converging and a songline felt emerging, beneath faltering narratives of progress, and a folk-memory of trees which are no longer there, yet are as long as someone remembers, and troubles to take a photograph.
A juggling of circles, until they spin of their own accord and find their still centre. Being between is here, over and under the rainbow. No longer alone. Continue reading “Leaping in Circles: Introducing Icicles, Darkness, Moonlight and Rainbows, a Guest Visitation from Jeppe Graugaard”
One of the happenstances that make me persist with and appreciate blogging is that it’s an engine of serendipity. Stumbling around, trying to net and express some thought or feeling or insight or another, more often than coincidence my inbox will alert me to a post from someone else stumbling around the exact same concerns. You already know they’re ‘out there’, yet don’t expect to bump right into them with such uncannily apt and unplanned timing.
I’ve run into Antonio Dias’s blog Horizons of Significance so often in such circumstances, and his writing into mine, that it’s become my touchstone – the lucky pebble in a coat pocket – for recalling me to serendipity at times when I’m minded to dismiss it, and so to lose track of the reciprocity – the open invitation to act upon its gift – which serendipity rolls in its palm. Continue reading “Life is Between: Introducing a Guest Interlude by Antonio Dias”