Monthly Archives April 2017

The Folding Continuum

Continuum, from late Old English, of the arms.  Intransitive sense become doubled upon itself, 1300 c. (of the body); earlier give way, fail (mid-13c.). Sense of to yield to pressure is from late 14c.   Folding is a daily dance that largely goes on unnoticed. Our hands and bodies partner easily with the quotidian moment. Through folding, we readily create the right fit with the material world. Sometimes, we need to move like cake batter, readily relaxing into soft folds on our couch for a good read or snuggling under the bed covers.  We also alter the size and quality of our folding depending on
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