Epoch, Prose

Salt

Walking rarely aims for a destination. It sustains the process, but at the same time, it marks an end. The end of walking, as we know it, as I have come to understand it, as it now embeds in the holes, as it weeps at the corners, as it reminds me again, is the end of seeking.

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Else, Prose

Evidently then such a principle is the most certain of all; which principle this is, let us proceed to say. It is, that the same attribute cannot at the same time belong and not belong to the same subject and in the same respect.

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Else, Epoch
  1. She was in the grip of an insuperable longing to fall. She lived in a constant state of vertigo. ‘Pick me up’, is the message of a person who keeps falling. Tomas kept picking her up, patiently.
  2. That was the first thing that struck him: although he had never given people cause to doubt his integrity, they were ready to bet on his dishonesty rather than on his virtue.
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Epoch, Prose

It is not a question of knowing whether I speak of myself in a way that conforms to what I am, but rather of knowing whether I am the same as that of which I speak.

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