Chitika

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Ship of Tissues

Symmetry

Supposing a person is made up two components and is divided equally into its left and right parts. One day, the left part literally did what it is named at, went away and left its right part. Will the right part be alright, after all, it is the right part. But will it be enough, what's left of it, that is? What would then happen to the left part. It left its right part, right?

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

hhmmm...

Anonymous said...

the one who think his left inflicted so much pain to his right and the one who think the author right uses tons of tissue to wipe away his tears brought by the pain left by the rights left.. huh?! unsa nani...

splitzapper said...

anonymous:
with all due respect there is more to it than your limited and literal interpretations. (i mean it in a good way huh)
It actually speaks about identity and what happens to us through time.
Since I really love sharing great ideas,read the Ship of Theseus and appreciate the beauty of such paradox :)

Anonymous said...

I see... in a good huh.. that's a good news! All the best!