Archives for March, 2012

To noise a silence

Thursday, March 29th, 2012

To know that all will cease one day, even the day of ceasing of all. Yet, to strive to understand, which is always not all. This, and this alone, is a vector of deathlife through splitting the void. It’s absolutely meaningless, and precisely its meaninglessness makes it true. Life with its multitude meanings is ultimately […]

To void the roam of the beast

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Unmathematical men are given one way of doing great mathematics – constructing infinities out of void. In essence, it’s all civilisation ever achieves at its peak. Thus the melancholy of creations, being nothing else but a voided, albeit infinite, being. It’s not surprising, then, that men would become tired of math and indulge in extremes […]

To move too slow to die

Thursday, March 1st, 2012

If i dragged a cup contrary to the motion of the earth’s turning axis, could i achieve something very little reminiscent of undeath? For all movement tends to cease. Even if infinitesimal, unmoving, subtraction of moving (let’s say – of great with small), conquers death. Thus,  sleeping, as unmoving of body and slowth of a […]


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