Tuesday, October 25, 2005

. . .Knowing must be accompanied by an equal capacity to forget knowing.Non-knowing is not a form of ignorance, but a difficult transcendence of knowledge.This is the price that must be paid for an oeuvre to be,at all times,a sort of pure beginning,which makes its creation an exercise in freedom"
Jean Lescure


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11:57 PM  
Blogger David said...

It would be very nice for me if I could forget many things. Unfortunately, I have a memory that has a very tenacious grasp on even the most unpleasant events of my life. This has probably contributed to periods in my past during which I felt very depressed. I have known some very happy people who seem to be able to selectively forget all the bad things that ever happened to them. Sometimes, I wish that I could be more like them!

5:49 PM  
Anonymous koozeh said...

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2:46 AM  

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