I used to think all of my projects had to be relegated to another dimension when there was sufficient time, resources, and creativity to work from. For instance, the summer, when I (in theory) have more flexibility and less demands.
First of all, it doesn't really work out that way most of the time. Each new season, with it's blossoming potential, brings with it an often unanticipated set of circumstances that quickly become as eerily demanding as what you'd consider your regular, every day life.
When my oldest son was born, the first thing that happened as he entered this realm was he looked up and directly locked eyes with me with what I believe was a profound and unique presence of mind for a baby only one second old. I had never had a child before and I didn't really think newborns were prone to eye contact, let alone truly seeing and connecting with the person they were looking at, but Micah did. I felt his gaze burn into me with recognition from beyond and it was truly a miraculous thing.
He was screaming and crying, mind you, in fact, we may have both been screaming and crying. It was kind of hard to take it all in at the moment.
If you were a carpenter, you wouldn't set up shop in an ice cream parlor. If you were a hair stylist, you wouldn't cut your client's hair in a hospital operating room.
Environment matters, it can either work for or against the work you want to accomplish.
A prepared environment matters even more, no matter the type of work you do.
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