## Wish 202 words written by Nathan Lilienthal

Time passes from *event* to event before *resolution*.

```
(... e1 e2)
```

A *promise* always resolves itself.

```
(... (. e) e)
```

A *try* can *fail*.

```
(... (\ e) (e | f))
```

A *wish* might resolve.

```
(... (e .) (| e))
```

A *lie* always fails if resolved.

```
(... (e \) (| f))
```

I try to wish to \(\epsilon\).

\[\dot\epsilon \ \cdots \ \cdot \ | \ \lambda\]I wish to try to \(\epsilon\).

\[\dot\epsilon\cdot \ \cdots\]I try then lie about \(\epsilon\).

\[\dot\epsilon \ \cdots \ \underset{\cdot}{\epsilon}\]I try \(\epsilon_1\) then lie about \(\epsilon_2\).

\[\dot\epsilon_1 \ \cdots \ \underset{\cdot}{\epsilon_2}\]I promise to lie to try to wish for \(\epsilon\).

\[\cdot\underset{\cdot}{\dot\epsilon}\cdot\]### Notes

- \(\cdot\) kinda fits with
*context*in “I try to wish”. - Duplicate actions are tricky to write (e.g. “I try to try”).
- Precedence is a mess.
- Must time pass between verbs?