I tend to see these trips onto this website as a walk in nature. One can learn great things from observing natures majesty and it's cruelty... it's nobility and it's depravity.
There are a lot of woods too... some teeming with life and beauty, some with confusion and disorder... there are serene mountain lakes and dry deserts.
One should always be cautioned to never linger too long, lest one start identifying with the woods and lose your sense of who you are.
Beasts prey upon the weaker animals, but sometimes a weird thing occurs where the weaker ones turn into the beasts that are biting them.... sort of like in those werewolf or vampire movies.
It's winter here in NY, so there isn't much to do than this, but when the spring comes, I will surely be gone line an old memory, perhaps even before that time.
I've never identified well with the beasts of the woods and more so today than before.... it's not a place one wants to stay for very long... much less forever.
If you happened to have stayed on the trail and read up this far, then you can go back to what you were doing.... er... well... stop for a minute... I can feel a dissertation coming... I'll leave after some good paradigm effing that I am so good at. (c;
PT gearing up..... (see next post for what)