Separate sexes of hazel and alder catkins, and hermaphrodite flowers of celandines, illuminate springtime emergence from winter darkness. The impenetrable, mirror surface of a lake of clear tear water contains both shadows and reflections but admits no insight within its straight-edged, arum-lined, and sinuous boundaries. Grief is fathomless, imponderable, but not without respite or hope cascading from the conciliation of polarities.
From External Administration to Internal Influence
A brief introduction to understanding evolution or the flow of life through the comprehensive situational awareness of natural inclusion.