What Defines an ‘Office’?

Firstly and foremostly, I’d go with “an enclosed space that lacks a surface upon which one can sleep.” A seeming contradiction, no? One can always choose the floor.

All that’s required is a writing composite — some combination of media (pencil & paper, keyboard & screen, blood and flesh, neurons and neurons) and time. Of the two, time is the more important; time is the shibboleth. What vistas it may open onto are unknown and ineffable.

The tangible thus addressed, what remains is the will. “Make of this space (physical and mental) a temple to the imagination, to work!” sounds the imperium.

So muß es sein.  

~ by Benji on December 13, 2017.

One Response to “What Defines an ‘Office’?”

  1. Time and will! Indeed… Plus, if I want to concentrate, two little plugs in my ears for background music from YouTube. And preferably, if we are talking about time – the night time!

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