Community

People exist in a collective, transcendent of space and time and fixed in our appointment, flesh; that some value will be completed. I live for one appointment, to be that completion. Collectives are a binding together of parts that act as one. There is permission only to act as one. Success is cognition of this paradox. Each person does choose and establish their self  as a recognized individual fully accountable as one complete expression whose existence depends on the collective with no fixed space or time. Animated flesh gives us what is our only means to consider existence, our person. The binding nature of the collective is for assurance and respect of our place in the whole. All success is collective.

Openness is an essential component in realizing our appointment. The movement of the one is the movement of the whole. It is this embrace that gives us the most distress as we do consider ourself independent from the whole. It is the vacant timelessness of our transcendent collective that allows us to be one, the collective, and recognized as an independent person simultaneously. We are what does have appreciation of creation. Of what does exist. Creation is the existence of the person, independent, self-determined and yet inseparable from the whole. The impossibility of it requires and is creation.

Negotiating being precedes everything we might know and every possible satisfaction. My interest is in what I have been alluding to, the fruition of experience. I want to do it privately; an option that does not exist. The value that consumes me can only be known collectively.

Committing to collective success destroys vulnerability. The inclusion of all in the expression of just one has been my work of late. Somehow confidence must precede success and without success, where is the confidence? I must be open to the entire collective and true to my singular appointment of self at once. It is my only path, that is what I see.

The Mystic Tourist

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