Given how butterflies maneuver, that they get anywhere at all is surprising. That they migrate is incomprehensible.
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Journal of Hurting Theory
This is a blog about tantric alchemy, elves, and several other things.
Suddenly, without warning, the old-timer began quietly singing:
"It's like an old war wound, and it hurts me sometimes
Like an ache in the plate in my head
It's like an old war wound, and it hurts me sometimes
When the weather is fixing to change"
I use this for thinking. You can help.
"I turn to stone and my pain goes on."
–Wittgenstein, Philosophical Investigations 288
"Naturally one should not simply identify this consciousness with that of 'mere supposal,' that nymphs, for instance, are dancing in a ring."
–Husserl, Ideas I
"If by enlightenment and intellectual progress we mean the freeing of man from superstitious belief in evil forces, in demons and fairies, in blind fate -- in short, the emancipation from fear -- then denunciation of what is currently called reason is the greatest service reason can render."
"By and large, it is painful to think."
"The wolf is not a wandering scholar but a wandering minstrel."
-Michael McClure, Scratching the Beat Surface
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