Spinoza said: “Yes we can HELP the sadness, out there, in the other side, rake in the hand”…Because it’s not obvious that something emerges from the massive substance, outside there is the huge moment of pure experience = seeding. That’s why I love giacometti’s sculpture: Because of its plastic power, I mean the power that allows someone to develop an original and independent process to assimilate the past, heal the wounds, repair the losses, and reconstruct on his own background the broken shapes.
Israel Eliraz in one of his poems wrote “the earth is not interested in anything that is not seed” and it’s ture, flourishing is the condition of man, capturing the spirit through the body is to put back the man on his feet and dance with the time.
Daniel’s The celestial chariot
Spinoza’s Tractatus de Intellectus Emendatione
Or the frightful mutism of Hoderlin
BY accepting that a perfectly simple idea can not be false, what does it means simple if not form?
I want like Walter Benjamin, that all my friends live where I live, especially the dead.