as if it actually exists

October 29, 2012

ob·jec·ti·fy vt
1. to think of or represent an idea or emotion as if it were something that actually exists

How should it be that I am thinking of objectification in the common sense, which is to reduce somebody, or something that is complex and multifaceted to the status of a simple object, only to discover the first definition of the word describes the energy that consumes my life. I am forever taking the abstract and turning it into fact, creating something physical out of psychic waves.

One Response to “as if it actually exists”

  1. It’s high time to come back, dear…You should feel these psychic waves and mental whirls. You are needed to be whatever the abstract or wherever the fact is. Really.

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