Good Morning! The day is clear with a look of fall. Many children begin school tomorrow. Some have already begun, and Labor Day is yet to come.
Friedrich Nietzsche said: Existence begins in every instant.
I consider that this morning as I greet this morning as new, while also integrating all that has come before. It seems that the gesture of request, the open palm, comes from the time of the reptiles and their crouch to submit, and is used by chimpanzees and bonobos. The shrug relates to it too. We are a composite, as we know, of unconscious, inherited habits and what we choose for how to meet the day now.
I am heading outside to wash windows. There is something in me wanting to see as clearly as possible and to clear my lens from both inside and out.