In the yin and yang worlds of work and life you'll often find opposite methods of doing a similar thing.
Usually one is quicker and more efficient.
For instance, take the speedy commuter train verses the dawdling bus.
If the commuter train is spawned from the world of "work" then the bus is surely from the world of "life" and the top deck of a bus, therefore, is a slice of heaven.
The mental map you draw of the landmarks on your journey will soon join up with mental maps of previous journeys - then the once dark and daunting city will become familiar and bright.
From the top deck you can gawk at people milling in the streets below, hide behind shades in the summer sun or doze freely, knowing that a little bell will precede every stop and wake you if your slumber threatens to sink too deep.
"Imagination is more important than knowledge; knowledge is limited, while imagination encircles the universe."
My friend Dianne loves her garden and made this "tree face" person to welcome visitors to her house. - October 2011