Atef Ayadi

Logic And Emotions: A Bushi Case

He said:

You are emotional….
consistent….natural…word forward with a sense of a holiness
and black holiness….you are bolt and make sense…
you are semantic….abstract….details comes and goes like kids
following and obeying-disobeying adults….

Your eyes looks robotic…logical…
Your manners are logical….your statement are logical, artistic, and sharp…””

I said:
“you are very logical in your emotions....
cause you are a busheese…
my philosophy is to follow the SoFFi flow….low..soft talk
and soft-low-everything…((SoFFi has to do with sofia, soofy or fi but not with sofism…
I mean not literally…))

Everything is a case, and

Everything is a separate file…

Submitted: Monday, February 15, 2010
Edited: Monday, August 02, 2010
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