One must lean toward epistle or aphorism rather than dissertation; the act of widdershins.
Life feels like it is just practice because it is just practice.
One must imagine Sisyphus’ recognition that there is an end to just practice; that there is no end to just practice; that there is no just practice.
The day of reckoning is always a loss of just practice.
One must imagine alternative cultural evolutions sans the broken arrow of capital or commune.
Jain wisdom of windfall. What six hundred and fifty thousand years of grace and gratitude does to humankind. What different things we know by accepting what is no longer needed and just practicing with it. Dropped feather by dropped feather — to fly — as a bird flies.
The knife is sharpened by hardness // the jellyfish sustained by being what its world is
One must imagine there is always, at the least, a third choice.
You are the third choice — just practice.