I'm trying to get ahead of myself by writing a blog before I've published the last. This essentially means I'm trying to write something before the experience has taken place which will generate the blog in the first place.
So the question that arises for me now is whether this is a dangerous time paradox that will ultimately lead to the end of the world. After all it does seem that I must write this after I have gone through the process of writing it in the first place so that I am able to write it in the future.
Okay, so this is beginning to resemble a bad remake of "Back to the Future", but it draws me to the idea of how imagination works within and wih time. I an effectively creating a doppelgänger of myself to thrust myself forward into the future to be able to to look back on myself writing this blog. A doppelgänger who is ostentatiously me, but who has lived an extra twenty four hours of life - what has he seen and done?
In all probability not a hell of a lot, but the difference in time provides a space of possibility. It is possible that he has painted a masterpiece - that the ideas nagging at the back of his head have amalgamated to create a beautiful fusion on the canvas. Equally he might possibly have descended into despair - drunk a bottle of whiskey and destroyed paintings he has created. Both of these are unlikely of course - maybe he has found himself in the middle of a multinational conspiracy and has been forced into hiding, or won the lottery.
All of these present problems for the blog I am writing now. Thus if I am to write the blog for tomorrow today it must be a symptom of a degree of satisfaction, or confidence about the present. Obviously I've no problem with a couple of those scenarios, but on balance I think I'll have woken, drawn, made honey and lemon (with cloves, cinnamon and cardamom mmm), drunk, slept and be on the way to work
Assuming I haven't destroyed the world of course.