Imagining is like throwing mistakes at your brain. It’s like entering a car stand and ask for an undercooked Fiat. Well, if I had ordered a blood-red Fiat, maybe it looked like I had a special taste, but that would be normal. If I ordered a well-done steak, they would send me to the restaurant next door. But if I order an undecooked Fiat, the head starts asking: “Is she crazy? Is she making fun? Did I get it right? Is she serious?” It’s when we don’t understand that we start to think, which is a different thing from believing, knowing by heart, or worse, doing only what we are told.
Not understanding is really good! Because when you don’t understand you have to find out, or be clueless. You can do a lot with that.
This book is a mistake in the brain. Don’t worry if you don’t understand it, and doubt if it makes sense. With it, I discovered a lot of things that I didn’t know I had in my head. I hope you too find a lot nonsense in your heads!