|Here's my route from Strava|
I am reading the Jim Harrison book "The Road Home" for book club. It's a great book. Here are a couple of things that have struck me in my reading. These are from the first narrator, an old man:
- The sense of proportion in good and bad experience loses its appeal. Bad is bad and you let it go. Good you cherish as it wizzes by.
- We think of life as a solid and are haunted when time tells us it's a fluid.