« Home | the wisdom of youth » | just like that, she's gone » | and then came june » | the event is nigh! » | Busy May » | Recipe site » | 8th Annual Caughey Spaghetti Dinner » | last night was inspiring. » | rain and picasso » | the past week+ » 

Friday, June 09, 2006 


actually, that was just a paraphrase from someone who critiqued my paper. what i actually said is:

Since what we behold is only really what we interpret, are we not projecting our interpretations onto others and believing that we are "beholding" them?

So do we become what we percieve we behold? (Are we then not in charge of what we become?)

And, believe it or not, this string of language had much to do with Chaucer's "The Nun's Priest's Tale."