My mother used to tell me “don’t look in the mirror.” It was an irrelevant injunction since about the only time I look in the mirror is to see if the part on the top of my head is straight.
A visibility on Frederica Road.
instinct-driven or impulse driven —
is there a difference?
both are responsive, leading to life lived in retrospect
the impulse-driven look backwards
they don’t live in the past, but in response to the past
since the past cannot be changed, looking backwards provides constancy — different from consistency
Upgrading the software for the laptop has resulted in hours of work to reconfigure it to work as I like. But, at least, it didn’t require a complete re-install. Every time there is an improvement, more stuff ends up being hidden. Today I had to search for all my old image files since they’ve replaced iPhoto with Photos. Lord only knows what happened to all the stuff in iPhoto and iMovie.
More time will tell, no doubt.