Fragments can neither be created nor destroyed, only combined.

The electric magnetism between fragments: in the presence of another fragment, the fragment, excited, emits light.

The beauty of the in-between is the beauty of the fragment.

Without missing anything, the fragment misses all other fragments.

All art is the art of putting one fragment next to another.

The law of fragments: Not "separate but equal," but inseparably unequal.

What makes a fragment a fragment? Space, time, silence.

Where there is one fragment, there are two . . . and therefore many.

Every fragment is empty—because replete with all the others.

In touch with all other fragments, the fragment touches infinity.