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play//Work-

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When the infant first sees itself in the mirror, it is adopting a false reality of itself as who it is.

I as a baby, look into the mirror, and instead of seeing how I feel behind the eyes, as swirling black chaos of untransferable thought, instead of how I am, I see a put together face, I see smiling, happily, googly coogling, giggling bah-bah-bawbling soapy snotty self back.

I see myself as a better form of who I am.

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Aight,
I need a break to catch up on theory if I’m going to argue anything.
& I gotta make some scratch too.

‘t.

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14 thoughts on “play//Work-

    • 19-40 says:

      I realized this morning I used to go through 4-6 books a semester, but have only made it halfway through the Jest in all this year. Im just tapped out.

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      • Take a break from thinking about school. (You have a GRE to pass, remember? The test isn’t hard…not for you, anyway).

        You have me thinking, though. I’ve been trying to wrap my head around this psychological theory. I made an edit in the Spoon post. It’s not important, but it could be.

        I miss analyzing literature. This thought of yours runs way deeper than anything I ever tackled, but that was high school. Besides, this fits nicely into my personal study on humanity. Any other thoughts that cross your mind unintentionally, or stubbornly intentionally (it’s difficult for me to force my mind to stop thinking about the origin/purpose/meaning of everything I see or read…I imagine it is for you, too), post it. You might use it later, and it gives me more to think about and work with.

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      • 19-40 says:

        Hmm. Yes.
        I’ve been in Boston for the weekend and completely severed from social media. But I am desperate to get back home (which too is fine and dry) if only to assess the damage to our city.

        In all honesty, I’d have rather rode it out with the rest of them. Hmm.

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      • I saw the flooding on TV, and I got worried. I figured social media was the last thing on your mind. I breathed a sigh of relief when I saw your reply.

        We made it through the night. Thank God for altitude. How’d y’all fair?

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