On this #WordlessWednesday, today’s image expresses what we can’t contain – our longing for spring. Peter Hoeg asks this question. “Do you know what the mathematical expression is for longing? ... The negative numbers. The formalization of the feeling that you are missing something.”Have you been longing for warmer days and flowers blooming? Anyone who loves the spring season misses it during winters that shell out snow and frigid temperatures beyond belief. But the question is – are you ready? Do you have it all in place? The plans, the outdoor space that contains all the beautiful things you longed for and imagined during those negative number days?
We know mathematically that spring finally comes to fruition after winter leaves us. But are you ready to embrace those initial spring days starting March 20th? Maybe the snow still hugs the frozen ground. The winds might howl, making it still feel like winter. Or worse, milder temperatures could tease us into thinking we’re out of the woods and boom, out of the blue, a snowstorm or some wet and wild weather pattern causes us to lose the spring spirit.
So get ready for that, especially if you live in New England. But on a day like today, despite a few snowflakes, let’s shake those negative numbers. If we long less as the positives add up, it eventually equals the start of spring. This algorithm, it works itself into what it is – a return to beautiful spring days just like this #WordlessWednesday design and image. Are you ready? Spring’s algorithm is ready to come into play.
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