I keep running into words that move me. Such as the following excerpt from https://www.theschooloflife.com/thebookoflife/nature-as-a-cure-for-the-sickness-of-modern-times:
We can get bored because we are in a tunnel which we’re mistaking for an open view. We can feel like we have explored everything we need to know. But we have only to recall that things are far weirder and more stupefying than we ever tend to think in the city – because we are sharing the planet not only with people we went to school with and high powered television executives but also flying squirrels, hyacinth macaws, vampire crabs, glasswinged butterflies, french angelfish, nicobar pigeons, okapis, rock agamas and tokay geckos – all of whom contribute to a gigantic call for us to take another closer, more wondrous and more enchanted look at what breathes around us.
which brings to mind an image from The Quantam Magazine.org/archive of smell receptors in a fly’s antennae:
I’m not bored…