Passing through London, I find a good place to live with good neighbors.
I decide to stay here for a while, perhaps a month or so. I am in no hurry, although I am on my way to a place – somewhere in the Americas – where I am to live in the long run.
Staying here for a bit longer will give me an opportunity to enjoy this place and get to know it a bit better.
Later, I find myself at a circus where the small performances are the big ones. It seems to be the slogan for the circus.
I decide to stay a bit longer in an interesting place I am passing through. I do that a lot, both in waking life and in terms of my internal states. I like to experience, explore, and find ways to enjoy new places.
I am on my way to another place, on another continent, where I am to live in the longer run. That’s also true in waking life. I don’t know about my internal life, except that – in time – I am on my way to the destination we are all on our way to.
And I find that the small performances are the big ones. The small daily life activities and experiences are the big ones.