The Body

My Body Can Feel

I went into the sauna and decided I would stay there until I saw god. It was 190 degrees, 12% humidity. I didn’t want to die, I just wanted to break for a moment from the surly bonds of the day. The confusion and fear, fatigue at work, competing deadlines, money owed, confusion and vulnerabilities with partner, anger and weariness at the world, our murders, our destructions, our lies, our bullshit discourses, our performances, our collective inability to overcome our collective weakness.

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