For maximal context when describing a particular person, you would have to account for every quantum interaction that influenced that person’s behavior and the experiences they went through. 

That’s impossible, so the real question becomes:  what’s the best way to convey the theme/message? 

That’s where writing becomes an art.  Perceiving what is pertinent, and funneling that information into an easily understandable piece of information.

I think that applies to any endeavor, actually.


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6 thoughts on “Musings

  1. I have found if I try to put something into a poem, it seems to automatically strip it down to the essence. Sometimes I don’t even realize until after the poem is written (and can then be discarded, posted or re-written as an essay.)

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  2. Hmmm. Sometimes, the best thing you can say is “This is what I observed…but I have no idea what the hell it fully means or tells me about that person.” There is a great deal of wisdom in your musing statement…though, it’s not easy to correctly distill what is most pertinent. And sometimes, even if we had the full context, maybe we’d view it differently and we wouldn’t come to the same outcomes in our own lives, and thus would still remain incomplete in our understanding.

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