'wherever you go, there you are.' (source unknown)
lately, i've come upon this quote, in various forms. it is sometimes written in the first person: 'wherever i go, there i am.' it is unclear who first wrote these words; it has been attributed to a screen writer, a political writer, the bible, and is even the title of this book. i am drawn to it, though i am not yet sure why. i imagine few things frighten humans more than the thought that it is too late to do what we want, or be who we might. this quote reminds me that timing has a kind of divinity; that no matter where we find ourselves, we are where we are to be, now.