Visit the tenements in Peru. Walk the mansions along the Connecticut coast line.
Take in ornateness, interior traffic flow, height, light, outdoor scenery.
Plan, finance, review, build, move in.
Then; finally, understand.
The windows, walls, floors and ceilings do nothing more than establish an inner space in which living occurs.
We feature things that are, but living takes place where things are not.
Nobody uses a bowl, they use its emptiness.
Consider your favorite song. The intervals between those notes are just as important as the music itself.
In thinking, the pauses between ideas are just as powerful as the thoughts themselves.
Find your place, where there is nothing . . .
everything is waiting for you there.