“You must learn to be still in the midst of activity and to be vibrantly alive in repose.”
— Indira Gandhi
I love the city; I find its nonstop life energizing and stimulating. Even in the midst of the rush, we can pause long enough to bask in the sensory feast and focus on quiet details that might have escaped notice. In the same way, the most silent and secluded place offers an opportunity to awaken the senses to a bird’s song, a faint breeze or a corner of the imagination previously neglected. Even in sleep, we often encounter dreams that can help us process what our conscious minds avoid. I wish you a day that is vibrantly alive with observation, contemplation and joy.