Why I Had a Vision
I had a vision because I had boredom and bliss in alteration with Nike` in the early seventies and I recommend it as a process if you want to have a vision.
The essence of an essay story I wrote influenced by Faulkner amounts to that.
A vision has weight and changes your life and is life and defines and justifies it with more weight than Atlas could carry.
Monks and Nuns doing really boring things with license for pleasure at night on a schedule of day and night and day and night and work and play and dancing and working and walks and talks has produced a vision that is a mind rock of burnt iron.
Atom Bomb pictures are what I want sent to the UN by all my citizens right now quick for the walls of the UN there needs to be an art attack for the benefit of the workers.
Love, medic Russell