Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Light

Light, in the absence of eyes, illuminates nothing. Visible forms are not inherent in the world, but are granted by the act of seeing. Though the world and events do exist independent of mind, they obtain of no meaning in themselves: none that the mind is not guilty of imposing on them.
Trevor Goodchild, in Aeon Flux

3 comments:

simon said...

trevor rocks.

francis said...

trevor nows too much.he must die.before it's too late.

simon said...

trevor rocks.