Tag Archives: place
What you say can change where you say it.
It is the time and place to melt precious little snowflakes.
True, they will be in a re-education camp when we win. But we are already in a re-education camp—they call it “the school.”
The not-easy-to-place is not easy to replace.
The distance between one key on the piano to the next is “space.” The shape of my hand that produces harmony or dissonance is “placed.”
Good: Being and Time. Better: life in place.
“If ‘I’ lived in another time and place…” involves a mind-boggling set of counterfactuals that can barely be imagined.
Those who monumentalize the past speak not of particular times and places: they speak of No-Place, Never-Lands.
You can’t go back to nowhere—you can’t even come from there.