There is on the spine of Brick (Winter 2005) a quotation from Jim Harrison’s “Food, Fitness, and Death” in the same issue of Brick. This is the quotation:
How feebly the arts compete with the idea of what we are going to eat next.
Almost transcribed “freely” for “feebly”.
At first blush this appears to be an observation about the demands of the body before the needs of the spirit or soul. Or alternatively there is a hint of gluttony lurking in the thoughts of the next bite. Much depends upon scarcity.
And so for day 184