Noticing The Invitations To Slow Down

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As I started peeling the ginger with the zig-zag cut end of the knife there was a genuine invitation, so irresistible, to slow down and peel them gently without hurry; reminding me that to miss it is to miss an opportunity to slow down, and to see that the ginger or the knife was in no hurry: beginning ginger tea preparation.

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Panic Attack Survivor. Just writing; so far so good. Plays cricket. You can find short stories, poems, humour, and nonfiction here. Gmail: pretheeshgp@gmail.com

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Pretheesh Presannan

Pretheesh Presannan

Panic Attack Survivor. Just writing; so far so good. Plays cricket. You can find short stories, poems, humour, and nonfiction here. Gmail: pretheeshgp@gmail.com

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