Transformation Takes Time

Sunday 3 September, 2000

Just like on Brighton beach, I’ve come to the park to clear my head and get myself together. It’s a beautiful summer/autumn morning. How deprived of the transformation process would we feel if summer changed to autumn overnight or if winter changed to spring? We would be denied the sight of the first shoots or the gradual change of colour which the leaves go through before falling from the trees. This is the point I was trying to make to Tamsin during our conversation. Things don’t happen overnight and it’s the transformation which makes it all enjoyable. Appreciate the journey.

As the day draws to a close I notice that I am alone. But I am not lonely. I am thoughtful and I think I need company but there is no company which could provide me with more than my solitude provides.


One Response to “Transformation Takes Time”

  1. George Says:

    Love the analogy, puts it perfectly. Nothing can be rushed. As you say, look at the seasons. Nature can teach us so much.

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