I think I have some very interesting ids in the above. As usual, if anyone would like explanations, just write to me. If I get more than one request, I’ll provide notes for all to see.
Wie immer, hat jemand Fragen, bitte stellen Sie sie mir u. ich werde erklaeren.
I’ve used my script so much that I write it fluently–much faster than I would write “longhand”.
Again in answer to, “Well, can you use these for abstract ideas?”
I had fun doing this and made some satisfying new id creations. I underlined some of them in red.
The section between the two red marks is a transcription of the book page. Whenever I do this I create delightful new creations and improvements. If I weren’t delighted, I wouldn’t do it.
I was up very early working on my project. My diligence is fueled by my enthusiasm and conviction.
I work on like a painter of ideas.
A side-thought: I just chanced to need to recall the id for “quasi”– simply “as if” in Latin. Part of the joy of id use is the joy of remembering (another big one being creating). I don’t think I’d used the “quasi” id since I created it years ago, yet I remembered.
The part underlined in red says, “I should thank J. for giving me the book. But probably will not. It would be too uncomfortable to talk to him again. We have too big differences. He is way too conventional for me. Yet, he is quite a scholar, which is admirable.
Surely you will consider such a hand is of little use. Now look closely at the functions of your mind/brain. Can you affirm with utter certainty that you always think only when and about what you really want to, and that therefore you know from where your thoughts and feelings come into the light of your consciousness?”
The ids are rather compact, aren’t they. I often think of Christophe’s question in our interview, ” And can you represent abstract concepts with your script? And how I can–that’s most of the fun and beauty of it!
I am getting rather good and fast at writing in ids-only checked my dictionary a couple of times writing this page.