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Monthly Archives: November 2014

A shriveling pixel

Modern life, as we have come to know it, is a shriveling pixel – and we, enclosed within its collapsing bits, have concocted an exhausted sanity, an exhausting rationality, a tunnel-vision problematic, and a culture that rewards one with respectability proportionate to just how much you are able to obviate the bigger picture, the unspeakable …Continue Reading >>>

Where the wild things grow

Your discomfort is a holy ally, a redeeming interruption. Where you are most confused, exhausted, distressed and compromised, is where the wild things grow. Where crazy colours, beguiling angel’s trumpets, decadent air ferns and wise old spruces sprout with festive abandon. Where the thrumming of frogs, the discourse of cricket limbs, the ambivalence of a …Continue Reading >>>

Failure is emergence

Failure is the leitmotif of emergence. When things fail, they become larger – the logic-strings that hold them in place become loose, and they enter into a field of new parameters. Everything changes by the art of failure. The seed learns to become a plant when it surrenders and humiliates itself in the dirt; the …Continue Reading >>>

Falling might very well be flying – without the tyranny of coordinates.