well its not what i’ve experienced it’s what you’ve experienced.
or it’s not what you’ve experienced but it’s what i’ve experienced.
either way our lives have travelled different routes, many different experiences experienced, hence we perceive (even our shared experiences) from different perspectives, that of which you have not experienced neither have i.
to experience experiences as the same person, from the same awareness, with the same agenda, with the same intention, from the same space or place or frame of mind, impossible. ?.
i guess all i can do, say, be, know is that for a fact no one else knows what i know, what i have seen felt been…… nor can i know all that for you. but it is reflected to the onlooker by how you present, behave and approach. perhaps. perhaps not, perhaps its all just precisely perfect, unexplainable and unattainable. perhaps i am not even sure that experience is concrete, or something tangible, merely a state of my mind altogether. perhaps the outside is merely me too….separate only by what my eyes perceive it as separate and really, what it is, is deeply interconnected intertwined particles of earth bits, visible and invisible but altogether as one. “the object is not separate from the observer observing the object”, or some such matter.
perspective dictates my perception of the experience of the present moment. to type at my computer feels somewhat unhuman, as if i channel through my fingertips into the keyboard fractions of a fractured self, conglomerated into and as Me, me as me, as part of this deeply interconnected, intertwined earth bit (as perviously mentioned)
*deep breath into these earth bits*
altogether everything, altogether nothing & the paradox continues to spread XoXo