An uncategorized post written by Lee Sonogan
The word itself creates an empty sensation. Try saying it now. “Why?” Notice how your tongue touches nothing when you form the word with your mouth. Feel the gap, the space inside your mouth, that it creates. The air. It is a place that needs filling. It is missing an answer. – Arlene J. Chai
Finding the gaps is one thing how we become the glass half full better than other empty platitudes.
When known sterile flooding the good flood ails a giant kettle, in filling to the extent of overflowing; how many catchers in zero-G store gutta-percha correctives that must become thrown back where it came from?