Re: virus: a tangent

Tadeusz Niwinski (
Tue, 25 Mar 1997 14:33:37 -0800

Tim wrote:
>Well, I forwarded the question to her, this was her reply:
>---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Mon, 24 Mar 1997 12:47:20 -0800
> This is the picture......
> A man surrounded by a pile of blocks, which he constantly examines,
> catalogues, and rearranges. For each guest, he builds a different
> structure around himself, modifying always to suit his situation. He
> is in a contant state of flux, of establishing and re-establishing his
> relationship to the universe. One day a guest comes to him who helps
> him catalogue the mysterious and scary parts he hated to touch, to
> show him how all these parts work together. He continues to arrange
> and rearrange, to discard the broken, useless blocks and to create new
> more functional ones, until he finds the one configuration where all
> the blocks fit together in perfect rhythm. The blocks have created a
> wall, the wall has created a door. He sees clearly the relationship
> between his finite and infinite self. The door swings freely, open to
> all guests, he sits in the center, calmly dissolving each block.
> ........and that's my progress report.
>--------------End Forwarded Message------------------

Tim, tell her she gets the TeTa award of the month (the previous recipient
appeared to be a dead thirteen-year-old and was disqualified).

Was the guest who helped him "catalogue the mysterious and scary parts"
using the sentence completion technique?

Regards, Tadeusz (Tad) Niwinski from planet TeTa (604) 985-4159