Feeling being

“He was almost completely feeling being one being living. He was almost completely clearly feeling being one being living. He was almost completely feeling being one being living. He was almost completely clearly feeling being one being living. He was almost completely clearly feeling in being one being living. He was one almost completely clearly feeling about needing being one being living, about knowing being one being living, about being certain of being one being living, about not being certain of being one being living. He was almost completely clearly feeling something, he was almost completely clearly feeling everything of any such thing.”

“He was almost completely clearly feeling being one being living. He was almost completely clearly feeling being one going on being living. He was not completely needing this thing being one going on being. He was almost completely needing the thing being one being living.”

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“He would not be one commencing again and again to be one being living. He would not be one commencing being living. He was one being living every day and always he was one needing to be understanding this thing, understanding being one being living.  He was one completely clearly thinking, he was one completely clearly thinking about something. He was one almost completely clearly feeling. He would not be one commencing again and again being one being living. He was not one commencing again and again being one being living. He was one being living.”

-Gertrude Stein, The Making of Americans, pgs 878 – 879