Chasing the Sunset-Shift in Perspective 9/365

EN: A surprising headache I had since moving to London is the struggle to see the sunrise and sunset. Cornwall’s open fields and diverse beaches made the world stop for a few moments to enjoy breath-taking moments when the sun would rise and set.

I found myself aching to see the bloody light on the buildings in front of me, without being able to see it from the source, between the buildings. It’s not a first world problem and I’m not making one of it. We connect more with nature than with buildings, although we let ourselves distracted a big part of our lives with them.

This reminds me of a banner on which it was written: There are better things to be chained to than a desk.

9 low Shift in Perspective

RO: O durere de cap surprinzatoare pe care o simt de cand m-am mutat la Londra, e chinul de a vedea rasaritul sau apusul. Terenurile deschise si diversele plaje din Cornwall faceau lumea sa se opreasca in loc pentru cateva minute, sa se bucure cateva momente de rasarit sau apus.

E destul de dureros sa vezi lumina sangerie pe  cladirea din fata ta, fara sa o poti vedea de la sursa, printre cladiri. Nu e prima problema a lumii si nu incerc sa fac una din ea. Ne conectam mai mult cu natura decat cu cladirile, desi ne lasam distrasi o mare parte din viata cu ele.

Asta imi aminteste de un panou pe care scria: Sunt lucruri mai bune de care sa fii incatusat decat un biroul.



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