We will observe. We make note of the people we want to sit beside on New Year’s Eve, and we begin to know who we want to secure our warmth from, physically and emotionally.
He had this smug look like he was the most important guy in the room, which he probably was. No one was talking to him. I had to try.
It could be so much worse.
And maybe one day I’ll be reading a book at the Laundromat. Some movement will catch my eye and then I’ll see you taking your clothes out of the dryer.
The most shocking thing you’ll notice if you ever happen to open A Course In Miracles is the deceivingly pretentious introduction that never fails to spark intrigue.