Today, Toby ruminates on the fleeting nature of present moments. And cakes. Two major sources of mindfulness in one helping.
I have been thinking a lot about the Present Moment lately. Of course, I am writing this in the present moment, but as fast as I write, the words overflow and run away into the past. What is the purpose of the Present Moment? I believe it was created for praying in, and I like it because it is a paradox: although infinitely tiny, it contains everything in the whole universe.
From this we may infer
- the whole universe is infinitely tiny, or
- time and space are an illusion, or indeed
- both these hypotheses
Anyway, the point I want to make is that Simply Cooking have been making Somerset Cider Cakes. Made with real Glastonbury Cider, these are deliciously moist yet crumbly (which is also a paradox). You know you want one!
See you on Thursday in Taunton High Street and we will try to catch a Present Moment!