On ‘everyday abundance’

”When I imagine what I want my life to look like, it smells of home-grown sage drying from the ceiling . It tastes of pasta cooked with local tomatoes and fresh basil from the garden served in a bowl of pottery made by a friend. […]
How amazing it is to realize that often we already find bits and pieces of this life in our present day and that at the end it’s truly simple things and feelings that we’re looking for? To belong, to be present, to be happy… ”