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Objects are areas of code that perform a single function. A code object is an abstract idea. The idea is represented in Malkuth (Earth/reality) as something on the computer screen. This could be a picture of a rock to represent 'time', for instance.
This abstract goes further when we start to combine objects using paper trails. We could roll with the paper a origami chicken bone to smoke (execute code).
Basically, an object (surface of code), should operate independently of other objects, with the ability to combine objects together.
The desk is where the programmer places the object. The object could be as small as dust particles being arranged as code execution streams. With little room for error, but skilled workers are required.
This concludes this article on objectifying the unique.