“As anyone who holds even the slightest understanding of Psychology, the human brain is incapable of holding two primary focuses. Rather, there is always a primary and a secondary focus. Should quality be the primary focus, then quantity will become the secondary focus. Should quantity be the primary focus, then quality will become the secondary focus. This is to say that should the artist never seek fame, then they will wield their brush like a conductor wields a baton to command the orchestra. This is to also say that should the artist seek fame, then the artist will never tire of taking multiple dives into association and labeling, all-the-while believing repetition to better suit the work he’s creating. Such a former scenario of quality creates that which is built to last. Such a latter scenario of quantity creates that which crumbles when a species comes to deny the existence of time.”
“Among the many monoliths, where they occupy territories that will be ‘beneficial’ for life, they are representative of the egotism to our species. The skyscraper is the truest representation of the large ego, the largest arrogance, and when the ruler of one stands at its top, they may see the rest of the world, save for the other skyscraper that’s but an inch taller. Competition is a place for humans to fight. Where once humans climbed mountains, and now, humans climb man-made mountains. The height of a human would relate to our obsession with pride, in contrast to the Simian that stooped low, in contrast to the arches of the cathedral.
Love and lust; with the former being to stoop low to see who one had ignored, and we are no longer Simians. As an evolved species, the latter would make us see the stars, as ‘realities’ over seeing God, who was never a physical reality to begin with. We stand tall, though are not God, who is said to walk without limbs. What is sin? It is water, the looseness of water, as Christ stands atop it, humans cannot stand atop it; though, we can stand atop the ground, while the water is the thing that destroys land, and fire that can only burn things found upon land.
The fish of the sea represent the ‘individual order’ which is to say that among humans who live as water, are those who live as looseness, are those who live as truest individuals. What else during the 1960’s had Americans promoted besides looseness among morals? They were, by themselves, playing into the Bible’s words. All creatures that live upon land, are able to see height, while the creatures that live in the water, may see depth.
And this is to say that ‘sin’ is indeed the birth of a human. The ‘waters of birth’ as they are called, to the ‘blood of Christ’ is, as the latter, a forgiveness for Mankind’s existence.
Upon 9/11, wind had fractured pride; during the 1960’s, water had fractured pride; and upon the day when nothing else matters, fire burns all earth, leaving the ‘South’ for nothing else to be heated.”
“Our obsession with credentials and requirements have forced truth into the books. We no longer pay attention to the hand that is raised, from a person who has offered themselves as a volunteer for a task that may prove life-threatening, and we offer them the ‘position’. Our concern for safety has seemingly even been brought to a leader’s attention. What do we make of a leader? Are they not the vultures? If so, aren’t we the prey meant to defend ourselves? And to what do we offer ourselves? As a sacrifice, or as a loss? There is only one requirement for leadership, and that requirement is willpower. The book will bind us as the spine of the book binds the pages, as our own spine binds the movement of our limbs. As an offering, we give ourselves to a threat. To an evident problem, we conquer it, because we possessed the strength that no one else showed.”