• Yemi S.

Sitting in the dark...

I like to sit in the dark.

I find that sitting in the dark—literally, me, sitting in my living room, with everything turned off in my home—is an immensely enjoyable experience... and increasingly necessary.

In the dark, I can cut through the clutter, to discover once more what is at my core... in the stillness (which is deeper than the quiet).

It's a form of meditation, I suppose....

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