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The edge of the world is surprisingly flat. You would think a sharp corner would be a fatal attraction. But it is as smooth as a coin flipping through the air, waiting to fall on each opposite side.
Expectations are living organisms that change into whatever perception we believe. As we inch them by, they become smaller and smaller like shadows on a bar wall. When we finally get to the wall, we see it has mites, perfume, old posters, claw marks, new dates, and solidity. We feel the solid touch of the ground near it and breathe again.