The End of Closing In

The world flourishes, breathes, and lives all around us.  Even the most inanimate objects are a part of the life because they ever, whether intentionally or unintentionally, interact with the world.

Choosing to draw near to life is an adventure.  The bark of a tree comes alive as if it were a mountainous terrain, too dangerous to venture on.  A leaf begins to look like an ex-ray of a human hand, zoomed in to see the network of capillaries.  And a rock appears to be a sponge or a grouping of colorful boogers or an array of precious gemstones.  Up close, such mundane, small, and forgotten objects become treasure troves of detail and surprise.

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