“There is an openness, both of mind and place, and that means freedom, of having time.
The openness comes with space. Space to breathe, to think, to act. Space to pause.
Space to do nothing, if we so desire, and space to work hard, if that is our calling.
In all this variety of space, redeemably, there is no shopping.”
— Excerpt from “Not My Hawk” by Ray A. March