I sit outside this morning, on my small patio watching as what seems to be everyday life continue around me. Only it is much cooler now and the seasons on this continent have changed. Yet despite what once was in our human history a momentous occasion and dictated new approaches to survive, we know have mastered nature (to an extent) and can go on doing what we did a week ago.
The runners run. The shoppers shop. The dog chases the squirrel.
Does this say anything about our ability to be placed at risk? To take for granted perhaps, the struggles of those before us?
The weather here will warm up again soon. But I look forward to colder times. Times to reflect on how life is always moving.
Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brothers and sisters to dwell together in unity.
— Psalms: 133 1-3