“The pleasure of doing a thing in the same way at the same time every day, and savoring it, should be noted.” — Arnold Bennett
One of the joys of doing the same thing over and over again, whatever it may be, is finding the beauty in the littlest of details. While out walking, I love watching the tiny buds on the grape vines grow into broad leaves during the summer. In the autumn the vines begin to grow heavy with their fruit, and before long harvest time comes around again.
If I look carefully, peering down to a terrace of vines below the road, I can even watch the red veins slowly turn the grape leaves a rich red. One of my favorite moments of the year on the Amalfi Coast.