Both a verb and an adverb with no direct English translation, ‘Meraki’ means, “when someone is doing an activity — like cooking —with so much care, devotion, and attention to the task at hand, they leave a piece of themselves in it.”
things aren’t falling apart.
something new is falling into place.
maybe this new thing is a bit closer to the reality you were reaching for all along.
make something of this moment of temporal confusion.
"there is a god.. which is time. and time in a way, or in another, decide[s] everything we do. from the moment we come up in life, to the moment where we die, is a decision of time. time is the one who created these values. and our job, or my job, is [to] understand what the time is telling [us] today and try to express it.' - gaetano pesce
“Sometimes we have to do the work even though we don't yet see a glimmer on the horizon that it's actually going to be possible.” Angela Davis