10 thoughts on “Tense

  1. Charles Cowling
    charles

    I think he thinks it’s a quiche.


    Charles Cowling
  2. Charles Cowling
    louise

    Jonathan – have you seen your future yet???


    Charles Cowling
  3. Charles Cowling
    charles

    Ah, now I think I know what this may be: your firewall, Jonathan. Switch off your firewall. And your antivirus. Live dangerously!!


    Charles Cowling
  4. Charles Cowling
    Jonathan

    Yes, but it just says ‘pop-up blocked’, with some ghastly singing – it’s not that I’m paranoid, it’s just that the world’s against me! (Hyper-gasp hyper-gasp..)… couldn’t they have just written me a letter?


    Charles Cowling
  5. Charles Cowling
    charles

    Jonathan, really! It’s one of those trendy, arty things. Click the downdrop, then click on titles. And try to stop cyberventilating!


    Charles Cowling
  6. Charles Cowling
    Jonathan

    Click source? Even I thought of that, and it gave me gobbledegook. Hype-a-space saw me coming – it knows I’m not one of its clan.


    Charles Cowling
  7. Charles Cowling
    charles

    @ Jonathan. Click source.

    @ Louise. Yup. You’re worth a bit more blue and I hope you get a lot!!


    Charles Cowling
  8. Charles Cowling
    louise

    I have 1/3 blue left just a tad more than you Charly! If I was to interpet that to years i’d be a gonner by 50 – I’m not having that!

    Its all very Random!


    Charles Cowling
  9. Charles Cowling
    Jonathan

    Thomas, you certainly have the technological edge over me, who cannot even find what “source” refers to, let alone anything about memorials and cemeteries.

    Please have as my headstone a laptop with the words, “jonathanincoffin, oops! link broken”.


    Charles Cowling
  10. Charles Cowling
    Perpetua's Garden

    Maybe this is the real reason no-one really cares about lasting memorials anymore – subconsciously they agree with this prognosis.

    It may or may not be true regarding humanity’s time on earth, but from a metaphysical perspective, it is fundamentally wrong.

    And the metaphysical is the real dimension cemeteries aim at – to be timeless, to transcend time, making past, present and future meaningless.

    Symbolic release from the limits of time – that is the highest purpose a cemetery can have, but we have forgotten all about it.

    Thomas Friese
    http://perpetuasgarden.org


    Charles Cowling

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