Monday, March 01, 2010

Whirr Keffik


REASON DICTATES THAT IT WOULD BE A WASTE OF EFFORT CREATING SOMETHING THAT DOES NOT AT LEAST TRY TO BE SPECIAL.
WHAT WASTEFUL FORCE WOULD STRIVE TO CREATE THE MEDIOCRE OR EVEN TO RISE TOWARD THE FAMILIAR; THE COMFORTABLE PAST?
THE ACT OF CREATION SHOULD SURELY BE APPROACHED AS IF DRAWING WITH INFINITELY VALUABLE BLACK INK ACROSS PAGES OF SKIN WHOSE EVERY LINE, EVERY WORD HOLDS EQUAL SWAY, EACH AN INTEGRAL PART OF THE WHOLE – A MOLECULE IN THE SUBSTANCE OF THE PAGE; A PAGE IN THE BOOK OF EVERYTHING.

7 comments:

Yodood said...

The most valuable act is realizing the potential with which were are born, perverted though it may have been by aculturation — more an act of re-creation by rediscovery of what education is designed to channel or nullify.

You're the head of my list of Keepers of the Balance on my alternate (probably most posted to in the future) blog, Dualitytilaud

The Scrybe said...

Well said.

Pisces Iscariot said...

Yodood: i wondered where you'd been hanging out :)

The Scrybe: Fan kew :D

the walking man said...

what is great today fades and what has faded comes round again to greatness. *shrug*

Pisces Iscariot said...

Walking Man: true for the results; but the effort should always remain as above.

Tom said...

yes! tho there is disapointment in everything created...is there a flaw with the creation, or the creator?

Harlequin said...

I was moved by the bold authenticity of these words.