To Note

To note:

to note my own appearance — and not just described as to how I may look to others, or even my own reflection shown by mirror. Most importantly is that I appear at all, that I am best told as an event of infinite actions occurring through incalculable spaciousness. Quantum physics is perhaps my best description, and even this fails to the question of why I even happen at all, not of my purpose, but as to the most basic point of how these…

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