The Profit of Nothing.
The Profit of Nothing The profit of nothing is less than you had before you gave away what you didn't deserve anyway. The profit of nothing is more than you got back from the bank after the interest in futures was past. The profit of nothing is always something, but not quite what it was before it became what it is. The profit of nothing's not easily measured: statistics don't do it justice, it simply requires an act of faith. The profit of nothing is outside the economy of value exchange. Its very exteriority guarantees its return to that place it's not yet been. The profit of nothing's a concept not easily grasped. In order to do so you have to let go of it first. The profit of nothing is an investment for some; for others its sum is the total of bankruptcy and ruin. Its relative value depends on the moon and how much you take heed of her waxing and warning. The profit of nothing is best illustrated by diagrams on paper that's blank. To read them you need to decipher the secret of something in its relation to everything other than that which is a-priori to, and/or a-posteriori of itself, notwithstanding, furthermore that which is this, that and the other (or not), and that's quite a lot!
Aryan Kaganof (South Africa)