Today's title alludes to my simple life. Simplicity refers to my lack of planning. I enter days without a lot of clarity. The need for momentary clarity is leaving me. It leaves me discovering in the moment. One moment drives me to the next, like driving a car in a pitch black night, on a winding road, through a landscape of mountains. My headlights allow me to see only a little way beyond my precent position. Every moment brings new views as new vistas are lit with every turn. It is a nice way to live, better than living with anxiety. I am not sure how long I can maintain my current mood, but I will enjoy it for now.
BTW, the driving at night image is not mine, but John S. Dunne's, the philosopher and theologian. I studied with him in college, and he has had a lasting influence on me.
Here is yesterday's drawing:
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