Let me help you with that

Here’s a topic close to home

What is a flag? What does it represent? What does it do?
What is blood? What does it represent? What does it symbolise?
If you think about what a thing is and what it signifies on it’s own, you begin to wonder at the complexity of combining two things.

They might be seen as complicated;
as that’s when there are lots of parts.
While complexity shows a fundamental change in state.
Something that cannot be reversed or restored to its original way of being.
Blood is not free flowing, as if from a tap.
Should you ask for the blood of others, you may get more than you wished.
How can you stop the bleeding?
A flag could be a tourniquet.
A flag could be a sponge.
A flag could be a thin rug.

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Let me verb that noun for you.
You ask – what is an exchange?
I could ask: What is a doorway?
I could ask: What is a chair.

Doorways are great, because they are the absence of a wall; they are an opening, a description, an idea.
A chair, is something you sit on.
An exchange is a trade, a swap, an action, a verb.


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Age is natures race.

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I jumped onto my phone for a reason and now that reason is gone.

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Ruin your life, you have five minutes (using only your phone).

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