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Logic relies on categorization, which always involves some reduction of uniqueness.
No two events are ever precisely the same, as spacetime creates particularity.
Metaphor allows us to see similarity amidst difference.
Language itself is metaphorical, pointing to meanings that exceed any definition.
Time measures change, but change resists rigid measurability.
We grasp at metaphors to represent that which evades full representation.
Cleaning creates boundaries that order experience yet limit its spontaneity.
Boredom arises when we await the new within the old’s confines.
Events unfold in the interplay of pattern and surprise.
The logic of language molds events to meaning but meaning outstrips its mold.