Contacts of geological units, significant faults. Water seeps slowly through the aquifers, deep soaked underground seas of sand or gravel, permeable rock. Sedimentary basins with lignite deposits, tertiary and quaternary volcanism. Mineral springs, seismic swarms. Moffetts. Sedimentary rock, the ooids, the aragonite naturally occurring in all mollusk shells. Magma rising to the surface from the … Continue reading Dark Samovar
So, I am sitting at a table, threading a needle, right? Don't laugh, my wife is a modern feminist woman, so I have had to learn to do these things for myself. I do not mind. I believe that every influence that makes me more competent – wouldn't it be plain ungratefulness to complain? The … Continue reading Threading a needle
I think that the horizon of our life is delineated by what we are no longer able to laugh at. And I think that there are three persons that are difficult to make fun of. The person that pays youThe person that lies with youThe person that saves your soul I wonder – if you … Continue reading Limits of Humor
Thoughtful wishing is just as dangerous as wishful thinking. Do that and the devil will pick you up like a ripe apple – lifting just a little bit and twisting.
There is only one way how to get good. You have to deliberately and intentionally place yourself in space that will put specific demands on you. There is the talent and hard work dichotomy, of course, but the simple truth about humans is that if you do not live in dire need to get good, … Continue reading To get good
In autumn last year, I have written a poem to a girl. And it is a very special kind of girl. Her name is Jana Orlová, she is a performance artist. Here are her pages:http://www.janaorlova.cz/en I got acquainted with her through my wife. They have one of those kinds of a relationships, that don't come … Continue reading A poem for Jana Orlová
In the previous post on meta-modernism that dealt more with the sociology and ground reality of MM, I promised to take a look at its actual ideas. To get picture for yourself, read here: http://www.metamodernism.org I summon the noble and great spirit of Richard P. Feynman to assist me here: My father was always interested … Continue reading Meta-modernism – its jiggles and its wiggles