I would like to thank those who have messaged me privately to ask how I have been. To be honest, I’ve never felt better.
I wouldn’t say that the last two years were a bad dream – more like a strained exercise of the imagination.
As with any exercise, the exertion has been good for my heart. Good for circulation.
Now it’s time to free my mind.
After the recalibration and the changing of gears, it’s time for acceleration – both for a change in speed and direction.
Now it’s time to refocus, fully embrace the things I have to grapple with.
Back to finding patterns in the geometry of memory.
Back to venturing out, both in physical travel and in mental excursions.
I can’t wait to visit new places! (A few more days and my new passport will be delivered.)
But it is also time to go back in history, to study not just previous mistakes but to track and measure progressions.
It is a wild and wondrous adventure, to chart the cartography of both thought and what lies between actual coordinates (I am studying mapping software).
The past two years have been a training in both reason and restraint.
So much to do! So many new things to discover!
I really don’t know how I can schedule everything.
But one thing is for sure, for most of my planned itineraries, I have to go it alone.
No other way to face the unknown.