Walking from Battery Park in lower Manhattan to the Brooklyn Bridge, and then actually crossing over to Brooklyn on foot is a "stimulus package' grander than anything you can imagine.
And here is a Sphere by Fritz Koenig formerly at the WTC, which is now a memorial in Battery Park .
All you have to do is take a step and look up,
then down, side to side and then straight in front of you to be taken in by all of the unimaginable sites.
You can get swept up with building after building wrapped in ornate detail work , larger than life glass windows and architecture to make your head spin every which way - catching glimpses of sculptured angle after angle.
There is art everywhere!
And amid the rapturous architecture, you turn the corner, cross the street and there are poignant, reflective sites that are so touching - deep within your soul.
Before you know it, you are on your way to the Brooklyn Bridge.
And as you enter Battery Park, there is a draping over the fence that reads:
"Cut off as I am, it is inevitable that I should sometimes feel like a shadow walking in a shadowy world. When this happens I ask to be taken to New York City. Always I return home weary but I have the comforting certainty that mankind is real flesh and I myself am not a dream."-- Midstream: My Later LifeHelen Keller
Even in the unimaginable, there is beauty and art where ever you turn, where ever you go, and in what ever you do! If you can think it - imagine it - it is there to be seen.