untitled (october 2020)

When I found what I found I lost the ability to find out how what I had found was found and how finding it might also mean losing it. If it was lost then it would then have to be found again and the losing of it would outweigh the finding of it until it was found from loss and having been found the one who had found it would also lose the ability to find out how what they had found was found and how finding it might also mean losing it. Thus what was found is always lost should the finder of it forget its finding and its finding contain within it its very own repeated losing. What I found exists as it has the ability to be found and it has the ability to be lost. I just can’t remember where it was or where it is or where it will be. I don’t think I’ve lost it but I’m still looking. I’m sure I will find it as soon as I’ve finished finding it. I’m sure I will lose it as soon as I’ve finished losing it. I’m sure I will find it as soon as I’ve lost it. I’m sure I will lose it as soon as I’ve found it. Although even if it was never found again it would have still been found and would therefore be remembered as something that was once found rather than as something that was once lost because you can never lose something you never had by never finding it. Even if its finding was its losing it was only in its losing that the true loss of it could be found.

2 thoughts on “untitled (october 2020)”

    1. Hi Nick,

      I think winning and losing and finding and losing are very different binaries, however, in answer to your question I would say yes, if you win playing a game against yourself then, by virtue of one of the central aspects of winning meaning ‘beating an opponent’ and if the opponent that you beat is also you, then you must also lose.

      Hope this makes sense,

      Best wishes,
      Sam

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