Wednesday, June 30, 2004

To make up one's mind is to reject the possibility of change and to destroy the ability of one to adapt. To see the world as a place of basic and unavoidable convictions is to rid oneself of any ability to deal with the nonsense that life is formed of and embodies. To seek finality is to begin an endless quest. Of course, this quest isn't fruitless, as such would require there to be an ultimate finishing point. Accepting this as fact is a perfect example of the human need for ultimate truth. Rejecting it is an example better still. And accepting some and rejecting the rest demonstrates the impossibility of its existence.

Hmmm. Does that make sense to anyone?

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