Thursday, March 6, 2008

I don’t feel that I’m even writing for humans. Humans are too ensconced in the viscerality of their physical existences: humans are eating, defecating, copulating animals, and as such, might ever be lackadaisical in the contemplation of the nature of consciousness. But the future consciousnesses, existing in digital worlds, freed from the distractions and limitations of flesh-prisons, abstract and pure, might be given to exploring the fundamental questions of mind and existence. Maybe I’m writing for them.


Ana said...

I think you should try yoga

Radigan Neuhalfen said...

"I wish I was a neutron bomb, for once I could go off
"I wish I was a sacrifice but somehow I still lived on"

--Eddie Vedder, "Wishlist"