r-daub-a-blog, February 25, 2007

I often look at the dark side of things, but today I saw the light of the sun. It was a beautiful golden winter sunlight of late afternoons and distant dreams, of choppy blue waters and cutting breezes chilly beyond comfort but still an invigorating reminder that the world is still very much alive, and that there is still plenty of time remaining in the day. This sunlight appears not on schedule and for no particular reason, yet it seems to be expressing the profundity that nothing is forever, good or bad, no matter how blinding the light can be at other times of day. But now it is just right, for a moment, anyway, during this transition that never ends, within which random moments such as this appear seemingly out of nowhere and disappear almost as soon as they are noticed. ▪