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TRUSTED SOURCES

The sources I am referring to here are several things at once. The reasons they are trusted also vary. On the one hand, these are the sources of the work. And that could be almost anything: the way you dash across the road, the exact distance between two shelves in a run-down café, the hysterical ranting of an obsessed writer, a moment of embarrassment suddenly remembered while washing the dishes, the fantasy of an incredible victory, a burning ambition, a deep sadness, a half smile, a simple song that every time it’s listened to reveals something new, a mistake taken absolutely seriously. They are also the sources that I imagine lie behind every gesture of the world, the hidden agreement that allows a transaction between two individuals to take place, to have a name and to remember that it’s yours. To know, to believe, to be. To believe or not in love, friendship, and family. To believe

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