Philosophy of our fathers

Written By: admin - Apr• 09•10

In the third (and, as far as I’m yet aware, final) installment of my father’s “Errors Through Israel” photography series, we have this rumination.

What, exactly, is a non-open pit?  Lao Tse says that the most important thing about a bowl is what isn’t there… a bowl without an empty space wouldn’t be a bowl.  Is a pit that isn’t open a pit?


Ah, grammar and Lao Tse.  That’s how to start a weekend.

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