24.9 - 6.11 2016
There are certain situations in which something is supposed to appear, but it doesn‘t. Circum-stances arrange themselves in a way anticipating something to happen, but nothing does. The strongly arising possibility of a certain fictional course is not being carried out. That is when one experiences a special kind of disappointment. It is as if reality has passed by and all that remains is the simple fact of nonoccurrence.
That which should have happened, and did not, does not appear, but it also does not disappear. One thinks that this is nothing, but in fact it is not nothing.
An event that does not complement itself, yet remains, exists more than it could have. And that is something. Someone even said that a realized deed is forgotten easily; however, one that is incomplete cannot be forgotten. The unfinished incident remains in a past that never was.
And it could be thought that such an event is not an exception, that it is repetitive. You can think of the accumulation of such events. You can even imagine them growing to a point wherein a separate area of reality is created — an unrealized reality. And (then) that is really something.