The edge of "out there."
The edge of "in here"
The edge of "joy."
The edge of "sorrow."
The edge of "yesterday" or perhaps "tomorrow."
The edge of "never" or again, "forever."
The edge of "blasphemy" or "exultation" or "sunshine" or "rain."
The edge of "sane," the edge of "crazy;" the edge of "energetic," the edge of "lazy,"
The edge of "ab-," the edge of "-surd."
The edge of "the edge."
Curious how many people may feel themselves "living on the edge" and yet this world is plainly a place devoid of edges. There are, as anyone can testify, no edges, and yet, and yet....
Don't watch the video, just close your eyes and listen...ReplyDelete
Seems to me the “edges” of which “they” refer are simply and unremarkably subjective in nature.ReplyDelete
I usually find it interesting or amusing when people reveal some very different responses to the world particularly in the context of religion and spirituality, in the context of politics and governance, and in the context of business.
Then again I find someone who seems to give more weight to his or her delusive thoughts than to objective reality, alarming not amusing. I strongly prefer that those who impose their delusions on others be removed from positions of authority and held in some form of containment, ie “the edge of freedom.”