I dreamed that I floated at will in the great Ether, and I saw this world floating also not far off, but diminished to the size of an apple.  Then an angel took it in  his hand and brought it to me and said, "This must thou eat."  And I ate the world.    Ralph Waldo Emerson

And with this I become willing, again.  With this I return to the world that is mine, sometimes likable sometimes not but mine all the same.  I have become willing to take another bite.  To bake a pie.