It took me a while to write that one up. It runs short because of the signature limit, which is part of the point. Ironically, Kierkegaard managed to make his point, "What is the nature of the change of coming into existence; for all other change presupposes the existence of that which changes."
“The word 'hammockable' (describing two trees that are the perfect distance apart between which a hammock can be hung) is not in the dictionary, but it should be.”
― Dan Kieran, The Book of Idle Pleasures