A true story, and I’m sure I had to be great company that day. In fairness to Daniel, he was actually a lot more articulate and helpful than it seems. But the gist of it is that he suggested that there might not be some big, theoretical point to everything that one must figure out. Maybe it’s just all in the tangible, sensory enjoyment of the present moment. Which is good advice, by the way. Unless the present moment is sucking shit. And then I’m not sure.