Disjekta

keep watch over absent meaning

Perfect sleep

Think this is the first time I got this comment from Oura.

Exit weeping

Samuel Beckett, "Three Dialogues":

D -- [...] But must we really deplore the painting that admits "the things and creatures of spring, resplendent with desire and affirmation, ephemeral no doubt, but immortally reiterant", not in order to benefit by them, not in order to enjoy them, but in order that what is tolerable and radiant in the world may continue? Are we really to deplore the painting that is a rallying, among the things of time that pass and hurry us away, towards a time that endures and gives increase?

B -- (Exit weeping.)

Expression

Samuel Beckett, "Three Dialogues":

D -- What other plane can there be for the maker?

B -- Logically none. Yet I speak of an art turning from it in disgust, weary of puny exploits, weary of pretending to be able, of being able, of doing a little better the same old thing, of going a little further along a dreary road.

D -- And preferring what?

B -- The expression that there is nothing to express, nothing with which to express, nothing from which to express, no power to express, no desire to express, together with the obligation to express.