Shakespeare's Three Witches in Macbeth, right? Actually, the quote is "Double, Double, Toil and Trouble." No thanks, don't need extra trouble or toil these days!
Watching the waterfall in cozy downtown Ipswich MA the other day, a lovely late winter sunny morning, beautiful clear colors. It occurred to me that upstream all appears peaceful. Then change hits, the actual cataract event (cataract meaning waterfall is one sense of the word) and nothing's the same anymore. Turbulence and roiling. But if you pay attention, you'll see the water bubbles up as it's turned over and over in a type of refresh.
How apt an image, especially for this time of year, for this time in human history. All things are changing, hitting the fan and going overboard. Change is like like a waterfall, there comes a point at which the only way out is through. You can only move ahead.
Are you having your own personal "cataract event?" What's bubbling up through the roil and turmoil? It's interesting, another meaning of cataract is opaqueness in the eyes' lens; vision is obscured. Tumbling down a waterfall, vision is no doubt obscured, likely all senses come into disarray. Hitting bottom and bubbling up, there's a changed perspective. What's it look like? Things will sort out eventually, new sensibilities will come into focus. Maybe even a place to land up downstream.