Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Clay IV.21

Disorder is reckoned to be the opposite of order. Evil is recognized as the opposite of good. But this is not to say that order is good and disorder evil. No, there is order that is evil, and disorder that is good. Good and evil are more nuanced, harder to pin down, than by the mere mark of order or disorder.

Stasis is not the epitome of good. The Kingdom of Heaven is certainly not an eternal stasis.

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