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The word “interest” is composed of 8 letters, whereas “interesting” is composed of 11 letters. Does it make the word “interesting” actually more interesting than “interest”? Maybe, maybe not… What is sure is that there is an “I” in both words (and even 2 in “interesting”!). So the “I”, the self, is in both those words. Am I interesting then?
An “I”, an “eye”, I am an eye, an interesting and interested eye.
In Nature, Emerson writes that when in the wilderness :“I become a transparent eyeball; I am nothing; I see all; the currents of the Universal Being circulate through me; I am part of God.”
But what is “God”? Is “God” an “I”, and “eye” or a lie?
Are we all little eyes on a giant eye that we call earth? Is that why we take interest in things that are meaningless and absurd? Because at the end we’re just our senses, so everything that is able to stimulate them can be called “interesting”.
I think absurdity is interesting. It ends with y. Why. Why though. Y tho?