I find
the idea

of a Japanese tea room very inspiring:
an empty space

focused intention
on one
or two
t h i n g s
stimulates your senses
and brings you into

the           present           moment.

I asked myself how we could aspire to that state of
e         m      p     t   i       n       e    s         s
                         , especially in a world where we’re

so distracted and                                                     overwhelmed.

Jesse Jacobs in an Freunde von freunden interview

1 comment:

  1. found this again and finally now had the time to read it - thank you for sending it over (ages ago), Julia!