I once knew a Photographer who revealed the state of his unraveling consciousness when, during a very strange and enlightening out-to-lunch session, he exposed a part of the world’s baffling nature I’d never really examined before—“There’re too many axioms in this world,” he said. “Everything has it’s own opposition.” He began to then semi-frantically state such examples as, ‘Light -vs- Darkness,’ ‘Male -vs- Female,’ and so on and so on in the dark emptiness of the little Italian restaurant where we were shelved away. I understood the principles of the Yin-Yang, but this was ridiculous. He recited nearly 20 of them before I wanted to go outside and start smoking again. He feared the thought of this would one day drive him insane. I kind of feel like he did that day tonight.

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