Here is an incomplete visual description of things that have no shape.

February 8, 2021 - Reading time: ~1 minute

One. Death is a bottomless pool of clear water.

Two. Wind is a question mark.

Three. Morality is a thermos.

Four. Love is an over-full shopping bag with a broken handle.

Five. Fear is a cinderblock tower with a single door and no windows.

—Episode 148 "The Broadcaster",
Welcome to Night Vale

KRZ.02 Order

September 2, 2018 - Reading time: ~1 minute
We should put these [video tapes] all in chronological order. Although I guess it's hard to remember, sometimes, the order of things...

Un Pueblo de Nada (Episode 4.5),
Kentucky Route Zero

January 29, 2015 - Reading time: ~1 minute
What if the primary work of education was the transforming of our imagination rather than the saturation of our intellect? And what if this had as much to do with our bodies as with our minds?

—James K. A. Smith, Desiring the Kingdom

March 26, 2013 - Reading time: ~1 minute
Dreams have no perimeter of reality.


January 25, 2012 - Reading time: ~1 minute
Thought fights with thought;
out springs a spark of truth
From the collision of the sword and shield.

— W.S. Landor
(via North and South by Elizabeth Gaskell)

June 2, 2010 - Reading time: ~1 minute

When a heart is really alive, then it is able to think live things. There is one heart all whose thoughts are strong, happy creatures, and whose very dreams are lives. When some pray, they lift heavy thoughts from the ground, only to drop them on it again; others send up their prayers in living shapes, this or that, the nearest likeness to each. All live things were thoughts to begin with, and are fit therefore to be used by those that think. When one says to the great Thinker: —"Here is one of thy thoughts: I am thinking it now!" that is a prayer -- a word to the big heart from one of its own little hearts.

—Mr. Raven to the Narrator,
Lilith, chapter V,
George MacDonald