So much fun. So many ideas. So much coffee.
“upside down trees” in the dry season are devoid of leaves and their bare grey and gnarled branches resemble roots. Sometimes we, too, are devoid of things, of feelings, of something that was there, but is not anymore. A part of us then reaches out for a more lucious life form; we uncurl, extend and out of a sudden we are in a better place than before. I think sometimes we have to put ourselves upside down, in order for the good stuff to drop out.
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