when love destroys, obliterates, annihilates, and comes to go without memories nor living lives left to tell about the loving experience? when love has a friction that creates its own infinity, a way through which nothing goes until that very distinct conductive sensation comes? When love leaves wishing to be hanging rather than dangling from on to on through on, on without an off let alone a non? When love wipes smiles into another universe of forgetful forgotten speculations? When love is endlessly drinking a relentless brew made of a roasted you – and you begin researching for a clue such a you has ever evolved? When love keeps being not without ever being while going on popping and maintaining a leap from an abysmal friction to another – and – life can not seem to survive unless the last love-abyss-leaping is a future wishing to have never been neglected?
ever met someone, fell inlove and sensed like you’ve always loved them?
knowing you never knew them throughout your life?
like one could tell themselves that indeed they didn’t know the loved one yesterday – and even recall that day which they weren’t inlove – yet they can sense as-if they knew and were inlove with a particular entity throughout their life?
maybe like something that has become ubiquitous in one’s life? Do you recall the times before internet? Do you know you were alive then? does it not seem like the internet was always there – even when it wasn’t?
Was that a love declaration for the internet?
Is love some kind of an a priori?
What if love is an example of a-priri’s dependency upon evolution?
Why love, why not technology as well?
Yes.. Perhaps even god?
If god is – even as a pure concept – something that is a-priori in the sense that it doesn’t need to be experienced empirically to be known or at the very least, believed in, maybe it is indeed something which is yet to evolve?
Or be evolved?
Who evolves god?
A religious person?
Does this thing imply that if we check time..?
Time? Temporality? Rhythms?
Stuff to that effect, lets not get particular now, its a wide question – are we saying that if we look at time, as in evolution being stuff in time, that a-priri can evolve?
Was there a time when 7+5 were not 12?
Can you imagine a time before there were 7, 5 and 12?
Can you imagine a time when there was no +?
Do we not know there were times like that?
What of it?
Is it possible to have a world without a priori, without contingency, with no necessity and stuff like that?
A world in which stuff might have evolved to be contingent?
Evolved to be necessary or a priori?
A sense of contingency?
A sensation from contingency?
Is the contingent immanent and therefore both essential and necessary when imagined in time?
If the contingent imagined in time, or the sense of contingency?
If immanent is identity in time?
An identity done via an evolving contingency?
WTF is contingent in time??