Improve is the Way to Groove
My usual trek is around the temple. The walkway that borders around is quite perfect except for the guaranteed puddles of water-- residual wet area from the evening's water sprinkler system. Some dodging has to be done.
I really appreciate the coy fish, they’re in the dozens and on a permanent swim. They weren't there last year, floating in the moat which is next to the walkway. Yes indeed there's this pleasant man-made water moat that makes the trek that much more enjoyable. Now, you are not alone. You're on for a stroll and you got these cute creatures next to you.
The installation of the fish is an improvement. What I'm looking for is an improvement to our newly work-in-progress play “Mr Puri.” Today is Gaura Purnima, when the world celebrates the kirtan trail-blazing Sri Chaitanya, born 530 years ago. Practically a contemporary of his is someone by the name of Madhavendra Puri, after which our play is named. I've been struggling a bit with a few scenes, especially one that entails my volunteer boy-and-girl actors trying to put some choreography to clearing the jungle with sickles, picks, and spades. However, a consistent working at something will always pay off.
One third-party person, a woman, came in during practice and made an encouraging remark.
“It's so beautiful seeing these performers celebrating the outdoor working experience. I love the way they are dancing with their jungle tools.”
Confirmation! I guess we are getting somewhere in the endeavour to improve.
May the source be with you!