An amazing work of dichotomies. Words cannot even suitably describe it.It's simple, yet strangely complex. It's straight forward in such a way that you can understand it, but there are also hidden depths that take much more thought and that one can get glimpses of on a cursory inspection. I've put it in my favorites, but I'm not quite sure if I like it, and for that, I like it all the more. It makes me think of a lot of things and brings up a lot of philosophical ideas that really have no answer. It's that strange almost-balance of conceptuality and functionality that philosophers strive for, yet it's not quite that either.It's not perfectly ideal, but still leaves you with that vague feeling of hope. Beautiful in and of itself.Something like that.