Dear Eleanor, "A nightmare network of ganglia, charged and firing without my knowledge, cuts and splices what I do see, editing it for my brain. Donald E. Carr points out that the sense impressions of one-celled animals are not edited for the brain: “This is philosophically interesting in a rather mournful way, since it means that only the simplest animals perceive the universe as it is.”"from Annie Dillard's Pilgrim at Tinker CreekThanks for your work.
That's lovely, thank you so much.
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Eleanor. I love your work so much. It makes me feel like I'm not the only one.
Thank you, Dylan. I'm glad.