16/01/2011 by Sarah Ritchie
This strapping example of a semi-vintage Jaguar sits in the front garden of a house in our neighbourhood.
Poor, sad car. Hasn’t been driven for a while, I see. For an object that was designed and intended to move, it’s not fulfilling its purpose right now, is it?
We, too, are designed to move. The core of our anatomy, physiognomy and psyche demands movement.
We are intended to be producers and creators and contributors. Why is it, then, that we so easily let the grass grow tall under our feet?
If the grass (or, worse yet, weeds) has started to grow around you, best start moving before the inevitable lawnmower (and/or weed-whacker) has to be replaced by a hay baler!