It’s Good To Share


That day, I was between steps of bread-baking and spotted an unusual sunset. I asked Siew to take a look too. We stood there for several seconds, nodding in admiration.

I also took a photo and posted it onto Instagram. Someone wished us a good week ahead. Someone said it looked like a castle in the sky. Someone else noted that the cloud was square. The latter two observations, I hadn’t seen, not with my naked eye, not on the photo. It feels good to share. It is as if you get a little something out of nothing and then build on that something to get a bit more. Fleeting maybe, but it feels notable and real, and inspires and comforts.