Witanslay

Photo by me.

Weid ~ to see, as in to know (PIE). Witan – wit, wise, wisdom (Old English).

Legh ~ pronounced lay – lie down (PIE). Root of lazy. Root of law.

Witanslay ~ a wise laziness.

A necessity sometimes, for the ones who seek a new era of Earth integrated and symbiotic life ~ to be less busy, less anxious to compete, to burn less fuel, to stay local, to use fewer resources, to tread less heavily, to take up less space, to notice, to enjoy quiet, to enjoy the small things, to relish close companionship, to be happier in the moment, to share closely, to create beauty in the immediate (space/time), to allow succession, and to feel symnexia.

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