On the Making of Things
You must occupy places. You must be alone. You must be a surgeon specializing in amputations, on yourself, on others. You must be a prosthetic, for yourself and others. You must be and not be many things as much as possible.
These activities require solitude, always. Wear it, like a genetically engineered prosthetic. To break from solitude is a little death. You must face death, but not die. Remain alone in places. Know that no one will ever love or hate you as much as you already do.