(10-13 November 1990) after William Shakespeare

It won’t cost you money to get it, but then money won’t be worth what it used to be. You won’t find it looking where you’re told, but then it will be everywhere you look. Time. You can have as much as you need. You only need to breathe in and out. Then in the breeze a million leaves, breathing, and over the ground, birds and weeds, ants and spiders, worms and flies, climbing in the air after a chance, and these are their chances, not yours.