“Sometimes I go about in pity for myself, and all the while, a great wind carries me across the sky.”– Ojibwe saying
The saying speaks to the idea that while one may be absorbed in their own troubles and self-pity, there are larger forces at play that are moving them through life and experiences. It’s a poetic reminder that life continues to propel us forward, often in ways we don’t recognize or understand, even when we’re caught up in our own concerns. It suggests a perspective that encourages acknowledging the broader scope of life and possibly the interconnectedness of events that are beyond our immediate perception or control.– ChatGPT
From defending clients to defending code. Developing software professionally in the U.S., offering legal advice on the side, and gaming like it’s still the ’90s. LLM Exeter, PhD(c) in Private Int’l Law. Defender of Kaer Morhen.