Monthly Archives: July 2013
When thinking, I cannot control my urge to super- and subordinate. Things can be left as I encounter them in life—not exactly in disarray, but more like side by side.
As if reducing complex fractions, the media aims at the lowest common denominator for the purposes of simplification.
An intransigent streak of obscurantism and mysticism runs through my thought.
Yet every time I have the inclination to go outside, I ask myself if there is anywhere else to go.
A: Do you love me or the idea of me? B: Of you I have no idea, so it has to be you.
Pity seeks out inequality. Compassion seeks to eliminate it.
I relate well to those with a similar ability to not relate.
Then remember to forget.
Not only that: this life is not really living.