Don’t take sex too seriously. It is, after all, just a habit. Habits can be indulged, cultivated, hung onto, detached from or broken. Whatever seems right and natural, that’s the thing to do.
“To be rooted is perhaps the most important and least recognized need of the human soul.” Rootedness cannot be called an achievement. It happens when our minds are hushed and we’re completely stopped.
What we are inclined to do, let us do more of. What we are disinclined to do, let us do less of. Inclinations and disinclinations—these are soul-speak, a language without a vocabulary.
The full stop, so natural and necessary, is imbedded in the creation narrative.
Sometimes joy displays itself in a burst of riotous theatricality. As, for example, in the gravity-defying hop of a “kinder” goat.