Monday, November 29, 2010
THINGS TO WORRY ABOUT [WHEN WRITING FICTION] #18
...the apparently clear separation between humankind and Nature is made ambiguous by the apparent randomness of individual perceptions over time...yet, perceiving this cleavage or bifurcation between humans and Nature seems to, perhaps, necessitate an evolution in language allowing us an adequately complex sensibility to consciously rub up against Its membrane ["M-theory"]...which is to say mind...or Nature.
Humankind and Nature seam, in reality, useful fictions--wet surfable waves we catch on the ocean to ride for awhile...heading, perhaps, to shore...or home...
Maybe our minds are parallel universes forming a universal mind participating in a symphony of universal minds...vibrating the brane.
...or not. What do I know?