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Mindful : December 2017
mindspace notice what you notice Spend a little time in front of a fire and you’ll notice all kinds of things: snaps and crackles, rich smoke rising, the spontaneous dance of flames, a blanket of warmth that verges on too much. None of these things are the fire itself. We don’t hear fire crackle; we hear the wood. We don’t touch the fire; we enjoy the warm air that radiates from the coals. We don’t even see the fire. We see the light it shoots out as it swallows up wood and air. It’s like an orchestra: The fire conducts the show, and the elements play together so well it’s as if they are one. 88 mindful December 2017 By Claire Ciel Zimmerman • Illustration by Michael Woloschinow