Throw Thyself

Whether or not we make work in the image of ourselves has no place in our thinking, but rather if we recognize ourselves in our work. There is no line between. There is no maker and piece, no line between potter and pot. To see a distinction between the two is an investment in delusion. Thus, the work of a potter is not to throw pots, but to throw themselves, and participate in the awakening of forms; to pull the cork out of our mouths and decant.

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