concept. Moe gave it to me; told me to read it.
He moves deeper into the crowd to the next body and continues his work, dismissing the girl as just another face in the crowd.
Trying to prevent another moment of madness he keeps his eyes pointed away from the drones and with it, his mind away from the moment.
Steve: It described archery as a path towards Zen, or mindlessness. Apparently a totally logical procession from beginning to end the way it’s described in the book, but it seemed as if the real message could only be understood if you already knew.
Strange, but a lot of eastern texts are like that, like an account rather than an instruction book. The whole concept in fact