Susie posted that she would like to see the objects that were found at the place I "never went to".
Yes, as Susie pointed out, very existential...
I hesitate to divulge any information this because it seems like some fairy tale where the objects that once named would cease to exist. I'm not sure if that is really from some fairy tale but, if it isn't, it should be.
On the other hand, I have heard theories that say the naming is what gives a thing existence and, for good or for bad, direction.
On the other hand the name is merely from the perspective of the other. One does not typically name one's self, so, is meaning only create outside of an object? After all it has always seemed to me that the self has more influence than the other. So, if this is the case then these things exist without ever being named.
On the other hand by divulging the identity of these objects from a place that doesn't exist then I would be reveling things that never really existed...and then I would have to question whether or not anything really exists outside of my experiences...its like Descarte's evil genius who creates a grand illusion that I call the universe.
Hmmm...what to do....hmmm.
Okay if the universe shatters because I reveal the objects from the place that doesn't exist, don't blame me. On the other hand, if the universe shatters, it may not really be shattering, it could be an illusion...what the hell...
Here's a photo of the objects that were collected.
Uh oh...well I warned you. Is it me, or did the universe just shatter?
Well you wanted an existential debate...you got one...though a bit weak...I could do better with more coffee and less heat.