Ubiquitous Assimilation

Photographs on my wall

Photographs on my wall

Meaning | Ubiquitous Assimilation

ubiquitous |yo͞oˈbikwətəs| adjective | present, appearing, or found everywhere

assimilate |əˈsiməˌlāt| verb |   take in (information, ideas, or culture) and understand, absorb and integrate (people, ideas, or culture) fully

Example from Poetry | A Moment…

Example from Movie | The Detachment

          Mr. Barthes: What is that mean (Assimilation)?
          Student girl: To take something in.
          Mr. Barthes: Okay, excellent. To absorb. Anyone (ubiquitous)?
          Student girl: Everywhere, all the time. Mr. Barthes: So what is, obiquitous-assimilation?
          George: Always absorbing everything everywhere all the time.
          Mr. Barthes: Well done, GeorgeHow are you to imagine anything, if the images are always provided for you?

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