Or if you prefer: 無.
Either way, I’m not reading it and if that makes me no longer part of everybody, well, that’s beautiful, isn’t it.
In another thousand years, maybe Western culture will figure out what they grokked in ancient India thousands of years ago. haha It’s a start I guess!
Eh, it’s all perspective. I am 40 and I have seen the Bodhisattva-ism (enlightenment) industry thriving since the 90’s. I do believe what the author is saying, but on the flip side their are plenty who still chase processions.
processions? or possessions
“TO MORE GENERAL HUMAN CIRCUMSTANCES. THE COMMON OBJECT IS UNDERSTOOD BY ITS SCULPTURAL AND SYMBOLIC QUALITIES. TRADITIONAL MATERIALS USED FOR SCULPTURE AND THE SIMPLE SHAPES FOUND IN MINIMAL ART ARE A”
might want to lay off the caffeine Thom longest tag ever…
LOL, possessions. Stupid auto spell
Great, now I need 7-30 pairs of cashmere pants and at least 2 ‘incisively sensual’ novels. Or similar; “novelists like Garth Greenwell and Bryan Washington.” I’ll be reading in my virtual Himalayan Salt Lair which is just watching text in videos of pink salt shot in stereo on Google Cardboard. Maybe I’ll have ‘Seinfeld’ rendered at 6x speed as a break.
Millennials: Tiny apartments, tiny paychecks. Can’t buy stuff.
NYT: Millennials embracing minimalist “nothingness!”
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