“The human body is the best picture of the human soul.” ―Ludwig Wittgenstein
A body of art is illuminated from the inside, or the outside is just another pretty hide.
“It takes more than just a good looking body. You’ve got to have the heart and soul to go with it.”
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A body of art could be a beautifully bound volume of blank pages, or a masterwork on an old jug.
“Beauty is truth, truth beauty,
—that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.”
A Pacemaker regulates a body’s pulse, but lends the heart a robot’s soul. Something else activates a body’s impulse to light up the room.
“I speak two languages, Body and English.”
The ineffable something that illuminates a body of art—for which sacred words can sound profane, and vice versa—acts like a noble gas emitting lumens within a human vessel, ignited by a theopoetic spark.
“Inside us there is something that has no name, that something is what we are.”
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