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One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star. -Nietzsche

  July 3, 2009


  • Gravitation toward everything that is alive and not numb.
  • Indifference towards pleasure or pain (temporal flits).
  • Truth despite consequences, even mocking others for fearing truth. Socratic.
  • Amusement in the natural flow of things, especially when this shatters ideals.
  • Enjoyment of theory but advocacy of experimentation.
  • Complete comfort with an inert, gray, and mostly dead world as background for the actual performance.
  • Awareness of limits, what happens when they are broken, when collapse is imminent, what will be destroyed, how to build it again if desired.
  • Good conversation, laughter, and joy even if alone.
  • Attracted to the unspeakable, especially when true, and taboos that fear discussion.
  • Boundlessly curious and then unbothered by unpleasant findings.
  • Adept with every tool in the toolbox, able to forge new ones as needed to win a destiny.
  • Expendable and dutiful like a soldier once committed to an adventure.
  • Unable to take posturing seriously. Always looking beyond facades, veneers, costumes, titles, and other architecture intended to provide concealment.
  • Willing and expecting to stand alone. Thankful for companions that can share even short distances.

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