Make lasting rituals of your extemporaneous responses to peripheral phenomena. If, while walking past a Thai restaurant two blocks from your home, you hold hands with your friend and sing, then the next time you walk past that Thai restaurant with that friend, be sure that you also hold hands and sing. If you find yourself dancing slightly to the sound of a passing train, call that your train dance and repeat it every time a train goes past. If, once, you carelessly drop a chair to the floor while certain people converse nearby, drop another chair each time you find them talking. Honor the accidental in the ambient. Make it endure.