I like geometry. Lines fascinate me. I wonder what they say.
I wrote a post recently about curves. There are so many cool ones in Ghent. But what about straight lines? Do we neglect them because they’ve not of nature? No. Nothing and no one should be omitted.
The vertical draws our eyes to the sky, and to the depths of the Earth. It stretches us gently up and down. It teaches us to be upright in life, to have unassailable integrity. We are kind. We use the moment to contribute. And … the heights we reach draw others up. People see us when we stand tall.
The horizontal flows to the horizon and beyond. It encircles the planet to find brothers and sisters in China. You may be 4’11” (150 cm) and me 5’10” (178 cm) but our eyes are level, perfect for looking deeply into each other.
You have your gifts and faults. They’re different than the stew that is me. Both are delicious. You are essential in the evolution of consciousness here. So am I. The world “equal” doesn’t fit but we each have a place. We stand together, back to back, looking outwards to see how we can serve.
And … what is the magical point where the vertical and horizontal meet? Who invented that? What majesties are invisible to our puny eyes, and perhaps always will be?
How can we speak of the mystery? How can we embrace a mist that melts away in the sunshine?
I don’t know
There is much that I don’t know