Where do you go to “see life at a pace at which you can actually observe nuance,” asks The Daily Artisan??!
“Trails enabled me to better see the world, to notice fine aspects invisible from an airplane, the most basic things we miss. Seeing life at a pace at which you can actually observe nuance, the speed of stepping, the beautiful inspiring texture of “plain” reality becomes visible — God smiling in the detail.”
“ ‘I think we must leave very soon, or else stay the winter.’ The window was open; the breeze passed over us. It was a trick of his, to set a sentence out like a plate on a table and see what you would put on it.”
“Here, she found, everything had nuance; everything had an unrevealed side or unexplored depths.”
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