i notice that the world we live in is as allegorical as even the most basic biblical reference. that simplicity pleases me. who needs the confined, albeit entertaining world of a story? for we are all some sort of character with limitless potential yet for some reason, the ‘escape’ if you can call it that, is a welcome change from the mundane. i make one decision today: in a life filled with unlimited potential, the mundane shall never exist. we must be forever enraptured in specific and meaningful thought, for any other time expenditure is merely a waste of breath if not accompanied by noticing such things. in studying literature, we see that world. this world should never be lived in, but observed for an observation lays the foundation for what we are to hear in our fact filled lives. our interpretation of said facts is via a formula gained from interpreting the limited story. but really, things learned in a limited world shouldn’t work in an unlimited world and i think that’s our problem.
if that makes any sense.