Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Knit grit.

Some little bits of stuff used to be part of a bigger thing that got ground down and spread out.

Sometimes it's time to take the little bits in hand and find how the fit together to make a new and different bigger thing.

Sometimes that is what you are supposed to do.

Fitting three grit bits together in a way that implies a different way to have a future is enough work for a life. Probably a life that did that would also do plenty else, but that in itself would be enough. Sitting in corner, quiet inside, feeling how to knit together this particular group of grit.

Yarn can be knit. Yarn feels soft. Bones seem hard.

Bones can knit themselves together after being broken apart. Humans can help bones do that with wise positioning. Knit grit.