The focus with the blog has been to be transparent and share my observations/experiences from Sue's truth. There was a recent point that I was willing to stand alone (ok, not completely true since now I have God) with zero friends, completely un-liked, and unsuitable for socialization into humanity. The motivation was the truth. Can the "collective we" act in a way that encourages honesty, integrity, and directness for the moment at hand and not offend anyone? It may not always be pretty or pleasant, but can the beauty come from the honesty? The rawness on the streets of India have opened me to this variety of beauty. I have grown to appreciate the nauseating smells, the sea of land-garbage, the struggling animals/humans, and more because of the vitality in it. As a kid, I had to keep everything organized in my sock drawer and here I get to dump the contents of the drawer on the floor if I want to.
If I had a bookcase for life, nature/nonhuman animals have been on a shelf above the one for humans. Now, the shelf contains all three side-by-side.