en·cap·su·late verb \in-ˈkap-sə-ˌlāt, en-\
: to show or express the main idea or
quality of (something) in a brief way
: to completely cover (something) especially so
that it will not touch anything else
"Tragedy and Trauma just
meant to be faced alone."
'The house was silent, but somewhere in the garden was a swimming pool filled with unsettled water.'
- J.G. Ballard
"This getting older
Ain't for cowards
This getting older
Is a lot to go through"
"In this digital age, to arrive at a truth,
we must only look at the fingertips of a
person...indeed anyone, anywhere, that is
or has been on a keyboard; you can know a
person by what they would say or what they
would do. Fingerprints on a keyboard, yes,
fingerprints on a keyboard...ahh what else
could be so personally intricate as the
self -exposed- by themselves neigh by another.
It is only self...you and your keys and
what you are because You have brought them
together. Run, run and see who everyone
really is and what they think as the keys
make the page." Mmmmmmmm
Before this time of now...
"Some Artists use brush strokes to
create beauty others use ink."
Real ink forever. Signatures in ink.
"When you speak the "TRUTH", it enlightens and helps a few, but hurts and angers many...!!!"
"Now, it's willingness
personally possessed willingness,
to have more life in a state of
Where can I find a man who has forgotten words? I would like to have a word with him.
- Chuang Tzu
'All this twaddle, the existence of God, atheism, determinism, liberation, societies, death, etc., are pieces of a chess game called language, and they are amusing only if one does not preoccupy oneself with "winning or losing this game of chess".'
- Marcel Duchamp