How I Tried to Catch the Void

Publish something every day, better trice. Hustle. Refresh the newsfeed. Read the news. Keep up. Network. Sell. Refresh. Watch. Buy. Share. For a Westerner of the twenty-first century, nothing is more unsettling than an empty space, than a piece of time and space not chock-full of content — be it a pause in a conversation, a waiting line, or an idea of death.

But the masters of the past civilizations had a different approach to the void.

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Stories from another hemisphere, written under a stripper pen name and in a second language. Because God forbid we make things easier for us.

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Stories from another hemisphere, written under a stripper pen name and in a second language. Because God forbid we make things easier for us.

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