Thursday September 9th – 23:00 UTC

For this week we've decided to give our minds and hearts a little break, by reading some short stories by Jorge Luis Borges.

Borges and I – only 1 page (really an introduction) The Circular Ruins – 3 pages The Lottery in Babylon – 4 pages. from wikipedia: “The story is about the role that chance plays in life, whether occurrences are genuinely deserved or whether all of life is merely based on luck or loss. The story references Zeno's paradox by using the lottery as a metaphor for all the possible random occurrences that could occur between any two points in time.” we are enacting the phenomena and it us!

lastly, The Garden of Forking Paths – 8 pages