A cute cartoon cat hangs upside down looking at a tiny black crack against a white background. A title in fancy blue letters: "Awesome Kitty Sez". Then there are several paragraphs of text in a cartoon font: "There are cracks in reality. You'll never know where they are until you find them, so test every wall you run into. When you find some little fissure, drive your wedge in and try to jam it open. Most of the time you won't succeed, but that's to be expected because you are trying to change reality. That means you are looking for the things that are not obvious; the things that have not yet been named and labeled and put on maps; the cracks in reality that are not yet part of reality. Keep trying. When you finally find the crack you were looking for: drive your wedge in deep, get as much leverage as you can, and hammer like hell." At the bottom is a drawing of a hammer and chisel.

There are cracks in reality.

A cute cartoon cat hangs upside down looking at a tiny black crack against a white background. A title in fancy blue letters: "Awesome Kitty Sez". Then there are several paragraphs of text in a cartoon font: "There are cracks in reality. You'll never know where they are until you find them, so test every wall you run into. When you find some little fissure, drive your wedge in and try to jam it open. Most of the time you won't succeed, but that's to be expected because you are trying to change reality. That means you are looking for the things that are not obvious; the things that have not yet been named and labeled and put on maps; the cracks in reality that are not yet part of reality. Keep trying. When you finally find the crack you were looking for: drive your wedge in deep, get as much leverage as you can, and hammer like hell." At the bottom is a drawing of a hammer and chisel.

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