It’s hard sometimes to believe that other people, in other places, are having a different experience than we are.
That could be across the country, across the county, across the street or across the hall.
It’s so easy to get caught up in our own reality that we forget to hold open the possibility that what is true for us is not true for others.
Just a few thousand feet below Mt. Eddy, on a late July summer day, there is no snow. Take a short hike (or a short walk down the hall) and you find a brand new reality. It’s one that might just require a closer look.