Friday, October 19, 2007

Lovely Thoughts

A note on intellect by Baudrillard: "Indeed, this is the only genuine function of intellect: to embrace contradictions, to exercise irony, to take the opposite tack, to exploit rifts and reversibility--even to fly in the face of the lawful and the factual." Let us fly.

A splinter is often
difficult to get out.
How much more difficult a thorn
in the heart! If everyone could find that thorn
in themselves, things would be
much more peaceful here!

--Rumi (1207-1273)


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