A haibun written by Lee Sonogan
Can you design a Rorschach test that’s going to make everyone feel something every time – and that looks like a Rorschach test? It’s easy to show a picture of a kitten or a car accident. The question is, how abstract can you get and still get the audience to feel something when they don’t know what’s happening to them? – Jason Reitman
Exacerbating language reduced to the lowest denominator, better hope you have a good psychologist to interpret! We all devour stories that engage us to explore and play although why the layers of these inkblots have so much function in contrast? Either faces or bodies or abstract objects I can’t just shape together. The connecting subjects thought invokes more intrinsic relative sets of value prompt only basic data. Dare I say symmetric to the ideology of Yin and Yang although customizable to a handful of other technics. Somewhat loading bait thinking of this in two dimensions. Maybe your test is not about the surface things although the mere motivation behind the awareness of what is the positive symbolic desires which come first. Then a chaotic neutral one lacking in skills to adequately observe?
Smirch picturesque daub,
Hazard a guess edify,
The test of a first-rate intelligence is the ability to hold two opposed ideas in mind at the same time and still retain the ability to function. – F. Scott Fitzgerald