“Not till the fire is dying in the grate, look we for any kinship with the stars.”
George Meredith, 1828 - 1909. Modern Love: IV
Just for a moment, there is a feeling at the end of the year, that we are in the final rinse period of a washing cycle and we look forward to drying in the sun.
In a timely manner, Meredith reminds us about reverence and to look beyond ourselves to something greater.
Thank you for reading this and all the very best for what’s ahead.