…the path to familiarity
“The difference between a path and a road is not only the obvious one.
A path is little more than a habit that comes with knowledge of a place.
It is a sort of ritual of familiarity. As a form, it is a form of contact with a known
landscape. It is not destructive. It is the perfect adaptation, through experience and familiarity,
of movement to place; it obeys the natural contours; such obstacles as it meets it goes around.”
― Wendell Berry
Kay Lynn Gabaldon
The Path gets brighter
By: Leif Londal