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God kills a LOLCAT and a member of McDougal’s family. So this is it: blogogenesis.
“Discussion conserves; invention requires rapid intution and being as light as weightlessness.”
– Michel Serres
So then, how to break the silence, the entropy? How to avert the atrophy of communication? These first steps are always clumsy, awkward, ungainly. I suppose grace is an emergent property, something co-constructed between bodies and contexts. The carving of that niche is an interestingly symbiotic and parallel process: adapt and adapt to. Therein lies the sacred violence of the double bind and the scapegoat of the double-bound.
“I always cherished the hope that life and meaning were one. Present-day thought is leading us in the direction of the valley of death, and it is cataloguing the dry bones one by one. All of us are in this valley but it is up to us to resuscitate meaning by relating all the texts to one another without exception, rather than stopping at just a few of them. All issues of ‘psychological health’ seem to me to take second place to a much greater issue – that of meaning which is being lost or threatened on all sides but simply awaits the breath of the Spirit to be reborn.”
– Rene Girard