[insert fart joke here]
The exercise: Become aware of the movement of air.
The wind. It’s everywhere, almost always. I know this, because when everything is still I notice something is different.
Wind is what makes plants come alive before our eyes. Wind is what the countless fans in our device and appliance filled lives produce. Wind is snoring. It’s voice. It’s sound. It’s the fog before my eyes, the person walking by, the fly buzzing across the room.
Wind is power. It spins turbines and shapes landscapes.
Wind is change. Ubiquitous, constant change.
Elephant Adventure 38: Listen Like a Sponge