. . . . I’VE BEEN TRYING TO GIVE some attention to how “one thing leads to another” or more accurately: “the ways in which one action leads to another.” That isn’t much clearer.

Apparently certain types of events and in myself certain states of mind bring about attention with this kind of emphasis. My perception of the nature of a situation (result of a vague yearning to codify “how one thing leads to another”) if clear, includes everything. Ha ha. Everything which I was capable of receiving. I’m often quite fuzzy or don’t care. Also every beginning is arbitrary. I have noted in myself the emergence of the kind of attention I’m describing and called that a “beginning.” I’ll write more about beginnings later.

Can’t trace back this interest, it must be something to do with being and being an artist.

Don’t expect to dispel many shadows. Mild illuminations. There’s no end of mysteries, each

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