Thursday, April 22, 2010

Life and Evil

Life is something, being chaotic, expansive and withdrawing, and in every way unlike Antilife, though it may also tend toward Antilife, by its nature of having no nature and every nature. Its source, called Lightspring, is perceived here only in echoes. Things which tend toward life are chance, infants, youth, weather, curiosity, exploration, learning, lust and imagination.

Antilife, which is Evil, tends toward a Nothing State, desiring nothingness and an end of beginnings. Things which tend toward antilife are order, numbers, bondage, rules, ending life, immortality, the preservation of remains, counting, tabulation, classification, seniority and authority.

Continued in More Life and Evil.

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