On what happens when we wash a dead thing.
What happens when you don’t qualify ‘wok’ and ‘fun’.
When you step up to owning your childhood dreams, how do you know that the best you can do is also the best in relation to circumstance?
When you have to explain why you’re doing what you’re doing, how do you do it?
How is your vital breath? Is it filled with magic?
If your relationship isn’t going anywhere, how often do you ask yourself: Am I Pandora’s box for my lover?
In the art of looking at a card, what we must see is not just the explicit, but also the implicit.
What question we can ask on Easter day? What is a true question appropriate for Easter? What is a surprising question that overrules our cultural consecrations?
When I come to the cards and say: ‘Please, ask me a goddamn good question,’ I can be sure that the question coming from the cards will not be informed either by my fears or my desires.