transform and funnel thoughts into electrical charges,
triggering nerve synapses—until
we literally become a part of one another,
a chemically embedded experience, a new memory.
This iswhy we write.
"Wisdom comes from directly observing the truth of our experience."
~Joseph Goldstein & Jack Kornfield
Every person born into this world represents something new, something that never existed before, something original and unique....Every person's foremost task is the actualization of their unprecedented and never recurring potentialities, and not the repetition of something that another, and be it even the greatest, has already achieved. Rabbi Susya said, a short while before his death: "In the world to come I shall not be asked 'Why were you not Moses?' I shall be asked: 'Why were you not Susya?' "
The brush stroke at the moment of contact carries inevitably the exact state of being of the artist at that exact moment into the work, and there it is, to be seen and read by those who can read such signs, and to be read later by the artist himself, with perhaps some surprise, as a revelation of himself.