We all believe in a ‘standard’, but do we really, and does it truly exist? Is a standard really a standard?
A compilation of words known to all in a static list viewed in a timely fashion may be the newest staple of understanding.
Patterns of notes rhythmically timed to an established walk, it’s significance heightened to commonality for all.
Standard wishes, standard gifts, standard celebrations become the same and different for all at the same time in parallel timing.
Our ways becoming chiseled in stone gradually chill the world until the understanding of all standards is clearly understood.
Eventually falling away from the standard becomes a standard and creates a standard within itself.
The old standard becomes the new standard.
Then there is the final standard …