August 16, 2016, Prescott-
It’s said that heat enervates, stifles many things.
Metal can be an exception; loving the liquidity brought to it, by heat.
Man is largely made of water , however.
Water, and Man, evaporate with too much heat.
Physical relationships love warmth.
It’s no accident that physical attraction is often characterized by the term “hot”, to describe an attractee.
Then again, scorpions are attracted to a steaming cup of coffee, when it’s left on a patio table, in a desert condo.
Friendships need warmth, too.
That is a fortunate thing- for dogs lying at their masters’ feet; for coffee house owners and barkeeps keeping their patrons’ lively tables well-plied; for the muscles that are so soothed by a respectful, but heartfelt, hug- and for me.
The ocean flows, largely warm, in its midsection and cold at its extremities.
Snakes like warmth. Fish prefer cold. Birds take what they can get. Man gets whatever he can take.
The Universe flows on.