A beautiful buck on that ridge

Beyond seeing a bigger picture, we (the eleventh generation grandchildren and I) need to help us see the periphery and edges, and what we cannot see. “There’s a beautiful buck on that ridge” my brother-in-law said to his grandchild, “but we cannot take the shot: we know there are houses in that direction and our shot endangers them.” What we cannot see is real. It can be affected by our choices, can and should affect us. Grandchild, it is about vision and hearing, sniffing and feeling, tasting and imagining—a whole lot about imagining.

:- Doug.

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