Soon after David Saltman called to read us 6 perfect words by Basho, the great Edo period poet, we stumbled on this image by Nahasawa Rosetsu, a painter from from the same period in Japan.

The journey itself

is my home.

Synchronicity always feels like a kind of wondrous magic though it is really just the way things work…

Image: ‘Slug’ by Nagasawa Rosetsu (長沢芦雪, Japanese painter of the Maruyama School, 1754–1799) , 18th-century (Edo period); via upstate_diary

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