By now the old women were finished with their tea and crumb buns and have given him one too, he was always hungry, they always made fun of him for being hungry. But what is there to do with the world except eat it, take it in, by eye, ear, mouth, touch? Wasn't he here in this garden to take it all in?
— Robert Kelly, Crucifixes // The Logic of the World and Other Fictions ‎- опасный метод лечения фимоза