When all is said and done, all will have been said, and all will have been done.
And when anything is complete, or when any one’s life is complete, there is nothing left to do.
We all get that.
But what about looking at it from the other end of the tunnel or kaleidoscope?
When nothing has been said, and nothing has been done, that’s the beginning – starting blocks, not the finish line.
There is a great analogy to be painted here. Think back before Lewis and Clark, think about David Thompson and Simon Fraser, and before Alexander McKenzie. North America as a continent no different from today with all its shores, natural boundaries, dimensions, rivers, and mountains – as they’d been for many millions, perhaps billions, of years without much change.
Before anyone went looking, any blank page was a map …
Anything might be found – because nobody knew.
Finding a way through or across also involved finding and documenting what they saw.
Much like when we meet new people or visit a new place, anything could be found there.
Focus is for telescopes. Life is for living. Nuff said, SB, Calgary, AB … p.s. And, taking Recalculating to heart, look before you leap or hit send. Seems that careful consideration should precede all actions.