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|One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star. -Nietzsche|
October 19, 2012
Fresh spirit seeks opportunity everywhere, spotting error and incongruity as separation from natural beauty. We were as if dead for hours in our nightly sleep, but now face the day alive to set about our purpose, finding ease in judgment and tasks that choose us to fulfill them.
Clarity is a type of simplicity reached by an understanding of actors, motion, and their cyclical ecosystem. We find joy in this self-revealing system, making no false assumptions and plainly accepting from experience that everything is exactly what it is and does what it must.
The confused and evasive seek joy in Rube Goldberg designs out of preference for unnecessary complexity that obscures reality and blockades function by delayed collapse. But even some scientists eventually realize that good solutions tend to be elegant, just as nature's design is and modernity's self-struggling chaos is not.
Simplicity with depth is a common organic fractal design. In spring new life emerges full of possibility, expanding in summer, contracting in fall, and slumbering in winter before emerging again in spring, ad infinitum.
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