Fragments Chapter 17 Page 6

the artists attempt to describe an indescribable moment, a feeling or idea that sprang forth from what some would call divine inspiration.

But transmitted in a language most minds are not tuned to comprehend.

Any attempt to shape the unshapable, to add form to the formless will never be a logical, rational process, so can only ever be understood by a non-logical, non-rational mind. Not “irrational” but non-rational. There is a major difference.

This type of entry was scattered around the notebook and seemed so out of place he’d wondered if it was even written by him. This was the viewpoint of an artist, not a killer. But it was interesting to read another perspective. He continues reading while wolfing the sandwich down: