Walking of Measure

1. To walk as a measure.

2. To move, but not to walk, between heaven and earth

3. A glass eye. Put an eye on the forehead.

4. The speed of reflecting is swifter than that of seeing.

5. A blade of razor on the sole.

6. A water basin above the head.

7. A joint suspended by a spider’s thread.

8. The will to walk comes first. After that the form follows.

9. The footsteps can be seen suspended forward and backward.

3. A glass eye. Put an eye on the forehead.

5. A blade of razor on the sole.

6. A water basin above the head.

10. A forest of molar teeth. A piece of thread in the hollow of the body.

11. Eyes will cease to see. Legs will cease to walk. Being there will work as walking eyes and walking legs.

12. Walking requires intermittent discontinuity, and enhances the expansion of space.

13. To walk as a measure

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