Watercolor on paper, 22 Aug. 2004
The tall, colored shape on the left symbolizes our world as we perceive it. The shapes on the right symbolize how we think the world, in positive-negative, good-bad, true-false modes that never add up to what the world really is.
When we feel the world as a whole, we understand it. When we think it in parts, we lose perspective and miss the meaning.
We tend to organize nature into rational models. Rarely do we succeed to complete the models, to the extent that some think that real world is made of exceptions to the rules.
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