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 Image of my father 
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Post Image of my father

I've been thinking about this for a few days now and feel I should post it. A while back in the forum I described an image that had flashed into my mind. It looked like the Alfred Hitchcock graphic, but was rotated and looked as though it was laying down. I had the impression that it was in a coffin.

This time it was my dad, but the image was of when he was young...I'd say mid-teens. (you could say that my father is built somewhat like Hitchcock, but when he was young he was more slender.)

I've read before about world-views being 'shattered' by the loss of a parent. We came close to losing him a few years back. I have to admit that it is less than fun to have seen that image.

A part of me wants to think that this means something to the effect of dimming logos consciousness. Another part of me wants to forget that sometimes I 'know'.


ps: as I uploaded the image, I realized it needed to be resized. Ok, more dimming...

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Each of them is one with the other two.
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