Saturday, November 13, 2010

Thousand: One Hundred Ninety-Three

sum up creation, creation’s purposes, and the context of creation within the greater realms. Spirit is not more important than flesh, but it is more durable. The transcendental butler is a practical man. He doesn’t like long explications of systems, how future meshes with parafuture, past with pastime, present with omnipresent or subpresent. He’s found some things that work and he sticks with them, whatever the ultimate culmination explanation is. He calls himself a “butler” because he sees you as a house, a big house, in which various entities come and go. There are those who are permanent residents, but


Elisabeth said...

The notion of a 'transcendental butler' reminds me of the book, the admirable Creighton, the butler, the one most able to save the day.

Glenn Ingersoll said...

Butlers. I know them from English period dramas - and comedies. So. The most famous, I suppose, is Jeeves in the series by Wodehouse. Which I haven't read. Nor have I seen the TV versions.