The Architecture of Contemplation
Welcome, fellow architects.
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Commence, Cultivate, Merge
Hello friends, and fellow human beings.
Here is a new experiment, a dialogue in three parts, on the nature of self; how we commence, how we cultivate, and finally, how we merge.
I have entitled this micro-series, Discrete Infinity. It’s such a deep concept, and completely pertinent to the effect of quoting the words of others; words which can impact us in infinite, different, ways; out of finite words, emerge infinite meanings (Chomsky did some seminal work on this).
The words of Mary Oliver, Friedrich Nietzsche and Bertrand Russell, populate this experience.
These are islands upon which for you to rest your mind, but for a few minutes. Contemplate the words here uttered, and see what magic could unfold, should you allow any of them to permeate your being.
Regular programming shall commence next week.
Sending you my very best, as always.
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