Sunday, February 24, 2008


Words are an airplane circling to land. Most want the airplane to land, creating an end, a period. Unless there is a defect which might affect a safe landing. Then the craft circles to use up the fuel and minimize the chance of an explosion which could destroy the passengers. A revolutionist, to use a term favored by Jan Cox, fuels up for the flight and after the craft is aloft, dives into the ground. The revolutionist wants to destroy the assumption of knowledge which never existed---i.e. the ordinary mind. The explosion sought by the revolutionist ...

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