Friday, August 22, 2014
Stacks of Things, Jesse's New Inappropriate Favorite Toys, Seed Geometry
On the right is a stack of towels in one of our big African baskets. In the middle is a sort of stack but really just a spilling of Jesse's plastic Jesus finger puppets, which he stole from P's bathroom where they ride in a little paper boat in the soap dish by the sink. The Jesi came in a box of Jesus bandaids as a premium They're perfect Jesse toys I guess. He likes to bat them both around at once.
On the right is a diagram that I made of the process of mitosis or cell division, which all of us learned in high school biology. In conjunction with SEEDS, I am so curious about the microscopic level of things. I read some seed stuff in one of Robert Lawlor's books, and I copied the most important quote here. Lawlor is writing about the sacred geometry, or basic, underlying geometry of the universe as it is manifested in seeds and cell reproduction. I love this stuff, how one divided in half becomes two rather than one plus one equals two in the process of mitosis or cell division.