Buildings. Windows. Doors. People. Families.
And tangibles bring the abstract; feelings, judgments, the idea of right and wrong.
And the ‘process’ just continues. Nothing is finally solved, no givens are ever found, just new circumstances.
Different buildings are entered, other people are encountered, new tangibles come – all needing negotiation. New rights and wrongs are discovered, leading to new buildings . . .
Our lives are really treadmills of emotion. Any repetition eventually brings the desire to escape.
It is possible to turn off the treadmill. It is possible to choose a new way of navigation.
By eliminating the buildings and everything else we may consider as ‘life’ – we can dispense with the task of judgment, deciding right from wrong and enter a matrix void of limitations and judgments.
Life . . . out beyond the idea of right doing and wrong doing.
Just on the other side of those pesky buildings.