unhinged 'to lump together and name things is not necessarily a problem. in fact, labels are useful. but the point here is to understand that the nature of things will always remain free of the constraints of the labels you assign them. thoughts do not provide you with direct access to reality, rather with snapshots or impressions once removed from the world you encounter with your senses. they are like maps - abstract representations of a vast terrain of mutually caused expression.' - elizabeth mattis namgyel 180808
unhinged perception before conception 180810
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