‘What if” is the first part and then the foundation of it is ‘why’ because reason and context fuel…
Eric Floresca
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In my weirdo perspective, reason and context drastically reduce our opening into the infinite field of infinite possibilities and probabilities. Reason and context are what we must see beyond. They are highly restrictive. “Why?” is a question never asked when one is firmly into the flow into that field. “Why?” goes without saying. And so does, “What if?” Those are just mental concepts; coins that we absentmindedly flip through the air. We must go beyond the coins and become an empty vessel through which the really good stuff can flow through.

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