To be flawless is to be omniscient, or to be perfect is to be boundless in depth. Though, the one way a person is closest to perfection is through themselves, as an individual, seeing to the depth of another. By emotion, since to see the depths of a person is to witness and then explore what has not yet been travelled. It has not yet been travelled out of fear to know. Perfection therefore becomes the false pretense in it comparing to fear. For the idealized individual refusing to associate with another singular person makes them ignorant, not omniscient.
For chaos to show itself in the heart of the one who misunderstands themselves, is then placed amongst the collection of those ignorant and dependent. Chaos is the place of the unordered heart, though depth can be surmised as what resonates in the external individual from ourselves. No person, by themselves, understands their own reflection among the singular perception that they, alone, possess. Their perception to themselves is limited, though by what another can see in the self can unlock what was kept in denial for its truth.
Chaos is the place of the disordered heart to believe it comprehends itself, though does not. Chaos is, as well, among the collection is those so misunderstood, though only due to how much they’ve denied the truth within individualism. In their group, such individuals believe in their own victimization only because of what being a victim relates to, being denial. It is innocence that is often alongside denial, because to argue that, within the group, one is never at fault, is to reject the human need to be responsible.
Though, to be responsible for the self compares always to how one is bettered, as an individual. One admits to fault, out of holding a conscience, and to not be the sadist who would learn from another’s mistakes. Since the mind of a sadist compares to that of progressivism, one can then compare such an education from external fault to that of victimization, then to denial. Since it is denial that believes not in the external God, would make a person ever only able to idealize themselves. Victimized people compare themselves to being innocent, thus making it a self-idealization. To believe in the external God is to comprehend the secondary individual of their depth, being for the love that perfects another’s flaws.