Digital Ischemia



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Not that I was ever fast, but the fatigue slows me down and allows me to experience much more of my world. The pain focuses me on sensations. To paraphrase John Muir, I go inward in order to go out: I see my adventures in my mind, still hoping that one day I may re-experience them, but not attached to that; it is the story of my learning that experiences I hanker after will never come, while those that I have now are the ones to be savoured.

As my feet tread the carpet, my head follows its scalloped flight path through the muir. I have been walking a mere 15 minutes, and I am no distance from where I started, but my head is already a mile gone. It turns out that it doesn’t matter how far you walk. Success is not proportional to quantity. The slower you go, the more detail you see; in fact you’ll see just as much on that smaller scale.

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