You can learn more about this 20 min. a Day Exercise, and why I think the experience can provide interesting opportunities for Writing Prompts, in the Introductory Post, and then follow the link, at the end of each post, to the next chapter.
Question #21: Map out the path that the sun takes over your sit spot.
Quote to Ponder:
The light which puts out our eyes is darkness to us. Only that day dawns to which we are awake. There is more day to dawn. The sun is but a morning star.
Henry David Thoreau
Yesterday was a clear, and breezy, day, and the only thing I can say about the sun is that it continued on its merry, daily, way, traveling east to west across the sky. ;-D
It was above my position, and not to the side, as it traveled on its journey.
As for Thoreau...I'm not sure what to make of his words. ;-D
He's the guy who wrote about life at Walden Pond, Cape Cod, the Maine Woods, and the Concord, and Merrimack Rivers, so it's well known that he spent much more than 20 minutes a day at his versions of Sit Spots.
All that gettin' close to nature is bound to make one think convoluted thoughts that only the thinker can fathom. ;-D
I have the Library of America Single Volume collection of the above works, and will get around to reading it some day.