Point # 1: Mud is a general term for a mixture of four substances: water, soil, silt, and clay. The ratio of these substances determines its name.
Point # 2: Human is a general term for a mixture of genetic material. The amounts of specific genes determine color, size, shape, and growth. Humans classify each other’s names.
Point # 3: Mud is determined by water. Once the water evaporates, the mud turns back into a dry solid. That substance can either be reconstituted back into mud, or else it has been permanently altered. These shifts in state happen on large and small scales.
Point # 4: Mud exists within a paradox. Mud's actions are linear, cyclical, and parallel. Our personal mud is a descendant from our Father’s mud. Our Father's mud exists as a descendant of his Father’s mud. The actions of each generation’s mud are a repetitive derivative of the previous mud. Multiple generations of the same mud may exist simultaneously.
Point # 5: Our mud consists of several bodies. Our bodies that were created by past mud, other mud bodies that we decide to surround ourselves with, and environmental mud bodies.
Point # 6: Mud bodies have varying levels of communication with their internal and external bodies. Our mud becomes altered by the external bodies through loss, communication, death, and transference.
Point # 7: Mud can function as block and/or mortar. Substance and substrate. It is fluid in being what is and what binds. It is the substance and the glue of those substances.
Point # 8: Mud creates mud. We create new mud through organic and artificial means. New mud and labeled mud comforts us.
Point # 9: We pass down our made mud in the form of inheritance; mud traits, mud artifacts, and mud lessons.
Point # 10: Mud is mud no matter if it is concrete or clay.