Cleaning Crew: Cut
I marvel at Nature's ability to endure. Chicago has suffered one of its most egregious winters in a long time, yet merely days after the temp cracked 40 there were flowers digging themselves up from the soil outside my home; green, vibrant-alive.
We humans have a tendency to detach ourselves from nature. We think we somehow exist beyond the rhythms the universe has cultivated over the millennia. But we would do well to learn from our horticultural kin. Despite being buried beneath feet of snow, they allow themselves the chance to be dormant & make space for the bounty that is their summer. I can follow the logic.
Spring is upon us good people, so let's get our houses in order so we can go outside and play. This mix is straight jazz, no chaser. It should be the perfect compliment to a day of cleaning-physical, metaphysical or otherwise-and get you in a good head space for the task at hand. Don't skimp on the Pledge.
Shouts to my good buddy down in Nawlins Ayo Scott for letting me use his art work as the photo for this episode. Quite talented, eh? Check him & his company NOYO Designs out at www.noyodesigns.com.
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