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from the mind of critic-8/4/18

From themind of critic: “If a picture is worth a 1,000 words, is 1,000 pictures worth a 1,000,000 words? Does the picture to word ratio stay the same, when the number of pictures dramitcally increases? If there are an infinite number of pictures, which take an infinite number of words to decribe them, does it make the pictures indescribable? Does becoming overwhelmed by a barrage of images, conjure even more words to describe, or does it simply invite spinning out and chaos, which bring only 2 words to mind, which start with f, and ends with uckoff? Images can portray an idea in lightning speed compared to words, however, if we didn’t have words, we would never know that. Some words are better descriptors than others, and can sum up a picture in a short phrase, instead of a thome. Once we realize life is never about either or, us vs. them, or top vs. bottom, we’ll see that because everything is interconnected, our human species is only equal to the sum of its parts, not the sum of some of its parts. Words and pictures are equally important to our evolution, because we can’t have one without the other. A picture might be worth a 1000 words, but a 1000 great words will portray much more than just one picture. If language and words mean everything and nothing at the same time, so do pictures. Life becomes more describable when we stop thinking so hard, and open our eyes.” 🙂
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