Report from Long Branch.
“Life once triggered to begin repeats its cell cleavage with tremendous vigor, its
precise operation vitalized by its own excellent purity, furious, transcendental,
as if beyond interpretation, unless to say its purpose is to function, no less than
the sun and the stars as they continue to burn in the deep and wide universe.
Life has extremely sharp eyes to detect and ingest nourishment from all
surrounding miscellaneous elements. What fierce bird can seize its food from
amid a tornado that pulls up, tosses, and twirls trees, houses, haystacks, and fat
swine too, sucking in the shrieks and squeals in a moment of insanity between
raging earth and condensed black clouds? Only a creature who does not
perish even as it is engulfed can live on in the rough wave of this world.”Mind to Mind, Prologue