We usually just call it "paradox." Richard Rohr calls it "both/and" -- the ability to experience both X and Y, even when they are contradictory. Keats called it "negative capability... when man is capable of being in uncertainties, Mysteries, doubts, without any irritable reaching after fact & reason."* Jesus simply was it.
In any event, swimming through this change -- undercurrents of grief grabbing us here and there -- we also remember that we are swimming, riding waves, loving water -- both/and.
growth (I felt her today for the first time)
bad guy cousins
my sister played dress-up in this same dress
Eden's photography: BB
cousins (the pool was 57 degrees that day)
through Silas's eyes:
honeysuckle about to bloom
a speed limit sign "falling"
sheen of buttery buttercups
*letter to his brothers, December (21 or 27?) 1817