Mindfulness, kindness and silence in a busy city

With this newfound clarity, Harriet feels better. She removes the white dress and folds it on the table in The Castle (now playing the Beautiful South, urg).

"Do you like my pants?" Harriet asks the two people behind her.

"Put your clothes back on," says the man, looking only to his hands. He can't stare at another woman, though our Harriet is a delight in her underwear.

Deep breath Harriet. She nods and understands. 

Dress back on, she thanks the kind man and tunes in to the pretty electric beat of the music.