Pages and Lines

We take a blank page, and we put something on it — a line, a quality, a criteria, some point of reference to orient us and them. Then we decide where we each are in relation to that; “right” or “left,” “above” or “below,” “for” or “against,” “in” or “out,” even “good” or “bad,” ignoring all the while the obvious truths: there is no line, and no matter where we place one we are all still on the same page.

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