The subjects range from the pastoral (sniffing of the butt of a melon to tell if it’s ripe. and almost romantically lush descriptions of lightening storms sweeping across fields on summer nights) to elaborations on the value of man’s having a life of his own, apart from whatever life he has with his family, a private life that no one knows anything about, “a place he can be himself without concern of disappointment or rejection”.
Tact by its nature entails staying mum, prudently electing to forgo urging other people to pursue an alternative course of action. Creation of silent spaces in our own life and equitable distribution of periods of respite that allow for periods of equable inner reflection is necessary to spur personal growth. It is equally important to honor other people’s intrinsic need for periods of introspection, uninterrupted by unsolicited advice
Don’t be carried away by beauty, for the faeces also stays in the rectum of ravishing faces, and their private life is not beautiful as their public life…fear beauty!
Always remember that you were once alone, and the crowd you see in your life today are just as unecessary as when you were alone.