It’s no coincidence that we use texture as a metaphor for bringing variety, excitement, and freshness into our lives. It’s easy to fall into a rut of eating the same breakfast eggs, doing the same weekend errands, feeling the same churning emotions, thinking the same tired thoughts. And as quickly as these actions become habits, they can prevent us from seeing the world anew. To clear away the staid gloss of habit from our vision, we need texture.
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