A FRIDAY SCORE
This week’s score invites reflection on what shares a place with you and can be done indoors or outdoors, alone or with another.
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Much love, @jeniwavelength & @gatablanco
I. Walk silently outside and down to the water, or from where you are to a chosen destination. Pay attention to sources and reflections. For example, a source could be a light source (like the sun) or a sound source (like helicopters) or a source of pressure (like water or wind). .
Choose a source, observe it, then shift your attention to its effects on the materials and surfaces its energy touches. Ask yourself how this energy is absorbed or reflected.
Wander wherever your observations draw you, spending ten minutes walking, and seven minutes observing.
II. Choose one of the surfaces, objects, or materials which you considered in section I.
Think about the components of the material down to the particle level. Think about where the components of the material came from, how they were brought together, and how this material arrived here. Think about when this material arrived, what it has experienced since it has arrived, and how long it will continue to be here. Do this for five minutes.
Describe the lifecycle of the material you chose through drawing or writing for eight minutes.
Discuss your sources and observations with another for ten minutes, if you choose.