First TreatiseTimothy Bradford
A car is a little miracle that moves around. You can sit inside and be moved by the car or move it, if licensed. It is a moving space. A house moves much less, but is definitely a space where you can store things, or live. Dead things necessitate the opening of the space to the outdoors, the biggest of all spaces, where I sit now, mind conjoined to sky shot through with birds and oxygen and the increasing humidity from melting snow, far from you and loving you just the same, like a house with all its windows open to a warm winter day.
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