Good question. Believe it or not, this is an Architectural Commentary. It is architectural in as much as it is concerned with the construction and the deconstruction of concepts. And what are concepts except building blocks of this world? For those to whom concepts are viewed to be of a macro scale insight over the world, the analogy of concepts as building blocks becomes very expressive as a treatise on the nature of the world.
In this commentary, i will be throwing words that i do not fully understand. They may not appear congruous with their context for those who know much about what is known -in this case language- but then, this is exactly the purpose of this commentary: to manipulate the language in order for it to express better the meaning. Language and meaning are essential investigations of this commentary.
The commentaries here are not to be subjects of critique or appraisal by others, but only of discussion. They are merely a melting pot for the many connected but disorganized thoughts that i have as a human and an architect in the contemporary/incontemporary world. They are a search for meanings.
At many times, i can quote from the unknown; i.e. quoting he/she who said or never said what i need to say, in order to give it more credibility as i say it. In the etiquette of quoting the unknown, i would then, more than anytime, be quoting myself through others.
This commentary has a very specific theme. The theme of this commentary is obviously myself: a Becoming. The specificity of the theme thus might be a bit lost in the generality of my thoughts; or as someone should have put it:
“Only through becoming one’s self, one can relate to others and become everyone.”