Philosophy of the KEEXZUS, no. 126: Worlds Beyond Time


The condition for the existence of time is thought. 

A stream of thought wrangled around corners of time becomes narrative. 

Housed in structures, they become institutions.

Accepted by groups of living, breathing subjects, we find tribes. 

In the narrative world, there is an acceptance of time. 

In this language, in this vehicle, the walls of time become clear, transparent.

A crafted language for a sculpted thing in the eyes of time…

Beyond this world of sculpted figures, subjects, things, in the hopes of the heart’s content there is Being.

The impossibility of the non-subject exists beyond time.