• 87.

    I have also to confess to you that I have never known precisely what this is, and it is in the not-knowing, in the absence that is certainty voided where I am most myself, most at home, most comfortable, for I am not at ease with definition, and I am made uneasy by titles (as you know), and I believe that ambiguity and flux speak more of truth than firm lines ever could, I believe that truth resides in opposition that makes nullity, so please do not underestimate what it is to not know.