Sexing the CherryBook - 1990 167
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The philosopher of the village warned me that love is better ignored than explored, for it is easier to to track a barnacle goose than to follow the trajectories of the heart.
The Hopi, an Indian tribe, have a language as sophisticated as ours, but no tenses for past, present, and future. The division does not exist. What does this say about time?
"For everyone is inclined to love. It is easy to bring on, impossible to end until it ends itself."
The Puritans, who wanted a rule of saints on earth, and no king but Jesus, forgot that we are born into flesh and in flesh we must remain.
Matter, the most solid and well-known, which you are holding in your hands and which makes up your body, is now known to be mostly empty space. Empty space and points of light. What does this say about the reality of the world?
Our lives could be stacked together like plates on a waiter's hand. Only the top is showing, but the rest are there and by mistake we discover them.
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