We're getting into the autumn years of autumn here. And it's stark. And the stark, when you look up at it, makes you feel sharper. You think in a sharp way, in the sense that the cold mixed with the edges of these leaves is such a clear experience that the brain doesn't wander around trying to come up with some other stimulation.
So you see one subject and you stay with it and it's worth it.
Pleasure, really. Maybe all this chronic attention deficit is an attempt to find pleasure.
Get to something stark and bright. Natural.