[Another six from On Existence, Time, and Space, Kharms adapted by Anon]
7. I shall depict the first part as this and the second part as that; I shall depict the transition from this part to that part as neither this nor that.
8. I shall depict neither this nor that as “the obstacle.”
9. Ergo, at bottom, existence is founded upon three elements: this, the obstacle, and that.
10. I shall depict non-existence as nil or one. It follows that I must depict existence by the number three.
11. Ergo, by breaking a singular void in two parts, I arrive at a trinity of existence.
12. So then, a singular void, upon encountering one or another obstacle, splits into parts that make up a trinity of existence.