You are viewing a read-only archive of the Blogs.Harvard network. Learn more.

The Longest Now

patterns of effability
Tuesday August 24th 2010, 11:45 pm
Filed under: Glory, glory, glory,indescribable

So I watched the full moon as it passed overhead, and the day and then full noon the next, from my bed.
I drank nothing and ate less, drifting in a certain breeze, considering the pressures of similarity and conservation of novelty in large societies. When I stirred from the warmth I could name the new field that the study of these sorts of patterns would yield, and sounded its depth and its length. And found the first challenges, boundless and bright, shared by the world and as clear as night, waiting to be coalesced into sight, that required the finesse of its strength.

Comments Off on patterns of effability

Bad Behavior has blocked 162 access attempts in the last 7 days.