Somedays are just so full of presence, you get lost in them. And what a grand kind of lost it is. It's the very kind of place we find everything we need. We would be well served in learning how to linger/dwell in such a way. This world and all the troubles and false belonging it presents, can and does drag us far away from a way of being that can nourish us and heal us and set us back on a path that respects the rhythm and shape of our soul.
These words from John O'Donohue just seem very fitting.
"There is such wisdom in Nature. Often it carries out its most miraculous work quietly under the veil of the ordinary. Sometimes we achieve the most wonderful things when we are not even aware of what we are doing. If we did know it, we might only paralyze ourselves and ruin the flow of natural creativity."
I really do think it is in these more quiet places, away from all the noise and all the confusing curriculums of certainty...political/religious/economic...that enough silence is created to where we can hear what we need to hear.