What I have learned I no longer know. The little that I still know, I have guessed. — Nicholas Chamfort That there is more room for truth in silence than in words. And that those who know never tell what they know for fear of lying. Instead, they say take a journey or plant a tree watch it grow or learn the language of wind. If you are fool enough, you take their advice. But soon you learn a great truth: nothing they say makes sense. Eighteen months later, maybe more, you come to a river too deep, a leaf breaks off and is carried away, someone keeps calling your name. When you tell them this, they say you come along fast. When you ask how much longer, they stretch their arms out wide. When you tell them a person could waste a lifetime this way, they say what you have guessed!