“A person who thinks all the time has nothing to think about except thoughts, so he loses touch with reality and lives in a world of illusions.” — Alan Watts

I’m working on a series of 50 new epigram collages, have finished 40 of them. After writing the epigram in this collage I began trying to assess the number of my illusions. For example, I think that I’m an artist and a philosopher, there’s two right off. And except for when I’m vegging out in front of the TV or drink too much, I am thinking all the time, and therefore a denizen of Alan Watts’ world of illusions. But perhaps this realization is a trapdoor back into reality.  — Michael Lipsey

“A person who thinks all the time has nothing to think about except thoughts, so he loses touch with reality and lives in a world of illusions.” — Alan Watts

I’m working on a series of 50 new epigram collages, have finished 40 of them. After writing the epigram in this collage I began trying to assess the number of my illusions. For example, I think that I’m an artist and a philosopher, there’s two right off. And except for when I’m vegging out in front of the TV or drink too much, I am thinking all the time, and therefore a denizen of Alan Watts’ world of illusions. But perhaps this realization is a trapdoor back into reality. — Michael Lipsey