Saturday, February 03, 2018

sundry gardening



I’m devoted to my love of writing—I’m serious—but the point of life is fun. So, I have serious fun.

Love you, wording!

Seriousness of devotion to appreciability calls for humility of pretense.

There’s no sacrilege in lightness about enlightening woods.

Call me license of happy old age there.

Hear: We are each other’s window, each’s mirror.



However, I need this posting to be explicative: explaining what “sundry gardening” is.

With respect to genealogy of cohering.net: Things I wrote in light of lost occasions, 2004—2011, became part of improvised project areas. For example: “living well” (first level of the initial four).

Only after mid-2012 did I regard all of that—four project Areas—as “Cycle 1,” when I began what became Cycle 2 (2016-17)—for example “living well” (second level).

Therefore, organization of it all (2004—2017)—and more: every valuable blog posting, both Web sites—into “sundry gardening” can cause confusion with retained header buttons of the Cycle 1 items; and the upper left “home” button sometimes links to the 2017 version of the site home page, rather than to the current home page.

So, if you get lost (and don’t want to resort to your “back” button many times), clicking the “home” button a couple of times will return you to the current home page which also has a prominent “sundry gardening” button.



To a reader arriving here from gedavis.com: Progressive practice (“in a world”) presumes conceptual background (“descent: midlanding”), which presumes development of conceptuality (“of worlding”), which is itself a venue of inquiry (“Love ascending.”) about development of potential and formative process. Possible scientific artistry from that presumes a creative life that has its own character, born of wholly enthralled engagements.

Yet, the mindful heart of a highland is writing itself—seafaring waves for finding good new ways.

And posting from waypoints—ascending, flying, landscaping, descending—home. Then going on.



All the postings in “sundry gardening” didn’t happen with anticipation of the topic groups they’d one day be gathered into and sequenced there; then, made to render sets of 17 new project Areas, which happen to trope The Project that remains its own woods.

So, “sundry gardening” provides a unifying sense of earlier explorations and prospecting relative now to topics of Areas that will be integral to going on, to furthering clarity of woolly time in tropigenic woods.

More later. Thanks for your interest.