Compassion Is Not An Emotion

On a walk after a much needed meditation during a break between storms, a fellow about my age stopped and asked me where all the goats came from in the parkland. I replied they contract them out every few years to clear away the undergrowth, like poison oak and invasive species such as thistle weed.
He was holding a fat joint, and said he thought by first impression that I’d understand. I did, though he didn’t take a toke the ten-plus minutes we talked, just held the lit joint like a cigarette between his fingers. He had been living in the small tent city next to Walmart, from where he fixed engines following the Camp Fire with his own tools. (The field has just been cleared,

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