When I'm talking cyclone I'm talking throwing it all up in the air and seeing where it all lands. Some of the debris will be thrown so far afield as not to be recoverable. I hope the stuff that passes from sight is not important (but that too must be questioned). This is the essence of the problem. Even that which is lost from view may be important. No solution can be perfectly authentic. Suspicion and doubt is a fundamental part of the process. Constructing trustworthy images is impossible. Perception is so complicated as not to be logically discerned, so trust in intuition is required. This is frightful. Intuition is formed within the mess that is the cyclone, so it is, itself, messy. Entangled fragments are useless. Perceiving truth requires unravelling. Billions of lengths of string have become intertwined. There is no good way to discern the true strength of any one piece. The whole ball is overwhelming. Some strings, when unraveled, are weak, useless, unable to hold weight. So, one by one, I choose a length to set down. I will follow these notions. Some will be true and strong; these I will recognize and use. Many others I will discard. This process will take a lot of time.
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