the irony is that i don't believe in free will but free and free will are not the same. free will is the illusion that we act out of choice where we could have acted otherwise whereas free means not answerable. the imagination is and must be free but whether it acts out of free will is not the question or at least not the question here. the imagination has no one to answer to and thus it can be my own even if the 'my' and the 'own' are contested.
what it was was that the livability of the unlivable was for a moment again made clear as was the rifeness of the unlivable and the everydayness of the extraordinary. one can go there.
i have been away for so long.