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Three ruminations on no place

I) It’s so easy to think we know a place. To speak of it off-hand as this or that: ‘this place is always so busy or boring or loud’. When in fact places are always changing. Weather moves over the earth, casting its shadows. And the earth itself, with its hot liquid outer core, never stops spinning. Considered in terms of geologic time, our feet hardly touch the ground.

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