Sunday, May 06, 2007

The Phenomenology of Chocnut

The idea of craving, of wanting, never ending wanting, that drives one to craze; this is an experience that goes beyond the normal norm of thinking. It goes beyond the thinking for in itself what is engaged is that primal desire to fulfill what is wanted. It goes beyond reason yet it also satisfies reason in a way that can only be called gratifying. This is it, the sense of wonderment at the power of the sense to satisfy what it needs to satisfy, an act of action in which the acting is done through the process of the self eneveloping itself within the form of the shape of the mind extracting in itself the essence of the thinking of that craving, with the difference of the action being acted upon by the process of the mind through the organ of sense of taste within the oral cavity. The process can only be called a fulfillment of the satisfaction within the level of the physical but within itself, by itself, though the will of the mind, in the process of thinking and that physical craving, what is in essence being accomplished is the fulfillment of the need but not only the need, for if we only call it need then it will not transcend the physical, but as stated the need goes beyond the physical, it is the synthesis of the physical and the mental; the combination of the ego and id but it also transcends this for what is being provided is a satisfaction that transcends description. This intellectual as well as physical, but also can be called a psychological as well as metaphysical activity of a being, but not the being in itself as Tillich describes it, but the being in the form of the organs of the physique of the mechanical function of the human person, the itself, it can only be called the existing itself but with it transcends the itself because it must also be an essence in itself, hence, it is not only the being in essence and existence but also the man who wanted a chocnut.

Diabetic na ata ako kakaain ng Chocnut.
Developum ante diabeticus meticulos consumus et choconatus.

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