It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it. -Aristotle, philosopher (384-322 BCE)
Monthly Archives: May 2011
“woofner offers no solution, only live with your demon as peacefully as possible, make fewer demands, be satisfied with less results, above all, strive constantly to be here.”
demon box was my favorite story out of keesey’s collection of stories with the same title.
also, p. 33: i want to want something else. please god don’t let this ruin my life.
Henry David Thoreau, naturalist and author (1817-1862)
p. 51 grasshopper in his throat; super-determinant role of dream
p. 52 rimbaud’s dormeur de val
p. 64 no, it was not yet these who would be ready to create the Revolution.
p.105 the black star in the upper section represents the idea
p.106 what constitutes the chief interest is the calligraphy of the L’s
p.111 that reality lying at nadja’s feet
p.114 ceaselessly relying on miracle
p.135 it could scarcely be otherwise, considering the world which was nadja’s, where everything so rapidly assumed the appearance of a rise, a fall.
p.143 break from logic, most hateful of prisons
p.159 resolved…never to be embraced at all
p.160 beauty will be convulsive or will not be at all.
more nadja notes
b) i am having that thing where i continue to see the image from a dream in front of me after i have woken up, until it gradually disintegrates again, but it’s lasting much longer from when i wake up.
c) i am having visual hallucinations, prob due to those pesky d2 receptors of mine.
d) i had a little visit via telepathic video-conferencing.
neither answer has asserted itself as more true than the rest, as of yet.