1. Life is an action, perceiving an impression of the essence.
2. An essence never changes.
3. Life is a collection of perceived serial perceptions bounded on a living creature.
4. Libido is one of the byproducts of ‘1, 2, and 3’.
5. A phenomenon is also a life due to ‘1,2, and 3’; an essence never changes but perception can.
6. Living is a life-generating process, not a reproducing process.
7. The perceived idea is meaningless but time creates syntax, therefore life is meaningful.
8. However, time is an illusion.
9. Therefore, life is also an illusion.
10. I exist forever, regardless of my existence.
1’. A print is an action, shifting an impression from a matrix.
2’. A matrix is never changed.
3’. A printed image is a collection of shifted single or several impressions bounded on a physical surface.
4’. Multi production is one of the byproducts of '1, 2, and 3'.
5’. A monotype is also a print due to '1, 2, and 3'; a matrix cannot be changed but impressions can.
6’. Printing is an image-generating process, not a reproducing process.
7’. Ink is meaningless but a politic creates syntax, therefore a print is meaningful.
8’. However, politic is an illusion.
9’. Therefore, print is also an illusion.
10’. The printed image exists forever, regardless of its existence.