At 7/25/09 05:36 AM, Aleque wrote:
"Though It seems that I know that I know..."
The word "seems" implies that he's uncertain he really knows what he knows.
" ...What I would like to see Is the I that knows me..."
He wants to see himself, or rather the representation of a variant of himself that understands him.
So, he wants to see a "him" that knows him.
" ...when I know that I know that I know."
When he knows, that "HE" knows, that he knows.
I interpret a cycle of self-acknowledgment...pretty much understanding that he understands himself, and everythings in good order.
In short, he wants to "chiggidy check himself" to prevent riggidy-wreckin' his mind.