Do. You might do something well or badly, but first of all you must do. It might be something you enjoy; more wonderfully, perhaps something which you love. It might be something which brings you little pleasure but, at least,… Continue Reading →
"I press my ear to the receiver to hear everything; both the sounds and the images of what she is doing, and the objects she is passing. Left to manage independently, one sense will begin to compensate for all of those others that are missing, and as I listen to her journey across the floor, she triggers a change to the volume setting of each of those images – the images that make up the room in which the medium of phone is but one small part."