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Evolution is not attached to definitions

Nothing is definite.
A definition is a prison of finite.
Everything is a process in motion.
We experience the difference
Not the current state.
Relativity and conditioning
Allows us infinite evolutionary potentials.
Let us be aware
A definition is a trap and a delusion.
Perhaps an infinition would be more appropriate
To serve in our evolution…

– Travis the Traveler

Facts in Motion

What is a fact?
A true fragment of a picture.
What do we do with facts?
We run with them, as far as we can.
Why do we run with them?
To change the picture.
Why do we want to change the picture?
Because it keeps changing on us.
Will the facts stay where you put them?
No. But the fragment is still true.
What will you do now?
Observe the motions.
… What do you see?
Emitting from all points, intertwining all others and flowing back into itself.
What do you know from this?
We can create nothing but movement.

– Q & A with myself.

I Trust

I trust the wordless underneath the words.
The words, at best, can only try not to lie while reaching for truth.
The motions however can only try not to reveal their truth while never fully able to conceal it.
I trust, not in what is said, but in the motions shown.

– Travis the Traveler

In Motion

The object did not create the motion.
The motion created the object.
Therefore, all physics would be metaphysics to a clear perspective.

This is a Journey

This is a Journey.
No correct state to be
No right place to go
No solid example to follow
Nowhere to end up
Movement is the expression
So feel the wind along the way
and if you need more reason to dance
Go seek reason but miss out on chance.

The Most Important Thing I Ever Told Myself…

True strength is not achieved by decreasing sensitivity.

That is a mechanism of weakness.

True strength is achieved by the will to sense life in its entirety.

 

That Which Moves Me

Image

I am but a motion path

Perhaps best defined

By that which moves me

 

-Artwork by Travis The Traveler

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