Dialogues with the Mirror
By Jean-Marc Akerele
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Published: Jan. 11, 2013
Words: 24,327 (approximate)
This work is a record of my travels within the worlds within the infinite halls represented in a psychomanteum.
Those who begin to see and sense things beyond the dancing shadows and the flickering fire found within the mirror have learned to devour the wonderful sensations that our senses bring to us. These instruments which have allowed us to define our world are also the same ones which deceive us into complacency. Yet knowing this, we continue to remain in front of the mirror and watch the dance of shadows on the silver wall. We trust more in our eyes, ears, noses, tongues, and hands than we do in the actual organ that allows us to interpret the data they bring to us. Our reason is what allows us to use our sensory organs yet we allow ourselves to be deceived by their brightness or their shadows and in doing so we keep ourselves veiled in an illusion designed to blind ourselves to the great miracles that make up the universe and we will remain forever trapped in dialogue with the infinite mirror.
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