“Delight, unlike pleasure, contains an element of surprise, an unexpected frisson. And delight, unlike pleasure, leaves no bitter aftertaste. You never saw the delight coming so you don’t miss it when it’s gone.
… Appreciating life’s small, fleeting pleasures demands a loose grip. Hold them too tightly and they break.”Eric Weiner on Reading Sei Shōnagon
Anticipate and enjoy, like the moment before dandelion seeds fly on a puff of air.