Nicholas Crane, in (Mercator: The mapped the planet) makes an interesting observation, “Maps codify the miracle of existence”

Maps are the most condensed humanized spaces of all… they mame the landscape fit indoors ,makes us masters of sights we see and spaces we can’t cover says Robert Harbison in Eccentric spaces how true.

H.Stanley Judd says a good plan is like a road map: it shoes the final destination and usually the best way get there—yes I am fairly good at reading this.

Am I good at reading a representation, usually on a flat surface as of the features of an area of the earth or portion of the heavens? Showing them in their respective for measurements, sizes and relationship according to some convention of representation?

Well geographic yes, skies no. But I assure you I have the in built radar of bird; I can get you the geographic destination on instinct.

When it comes to a map like delineation, representation or reflection of anything like a face like a map then I am ignorant.

Mathematically? I have forgotten.

A slang map, well wipe that ugly map of yours I am extremely good at reading it.

Genetic Maps are too tedious

Seriously I have an existential map. It has “You are here” written all over it.  Handling my own feelings is like unknown territory, I am both helpless and hopeless without a sense of a map for the journey. Confusion I am told is the hallmark of a transition. To rebuild both my inner and outer world is major project, Anne Grant would agree with me. The past informs the present. Memory makes the map we carry no matter how hard we try to erase, as observed by Cara Black (Murder in Bastille)





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