To not participate in the world of products seems at once presumptious and impossible. Products are a special class of things. Products must come into existence. Things present themselves to us in full sparkling immanence. The origin of a Thing is impossible to understand. The origin of a Product is understandable, and a great source of frustration when it cannot be. The origin is understandable as the part of some relation. The fullness of this relation is obscured. The relations of a Thing are not so clear. Their coming-into-being is unquestioned.