A semiretired pediatrician living in a countryside in Japan will describe what he thinks of his hobbies, life and the events around himself.
Though things seem to go around in the same way
The zelkova tree in front of my parents' home is getting colorful. Some leaves are already fallen. It was planted to make shades on my parents' home in summer. In a few years, it has grown too big and my father used to complain of its size. Now, there is no one living in the home. This tree turns in the same way as if nothing has happened there.
On the other hand, the ume trees already have tiny buds on branches. They are ready to bloom early in the spring.
Things seem to go around. But no single same moment exists. It only passes fast.