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Wednesday, July 18, 2007

evolution

Evolution, and deviation. Do we evolve for the better, or deviate from our divine purposes?

Something has been bothering me. It is nothing overly philosophical, just plain. I am thinking about how people, organisations, human relationships, turn away from their intended raison d'etres. Like children being born and dying, like Christians backsliding, like the unworthy truimph of evil over good, like breaking promises, like walking out on a best friend, like becoming material instead of holy, like the long winter in Narnia; all one and the same.

- It really breaks my heart

Such is as good as death of dreams. I am just too jaded to cry.
Is this just reality causing us to evolve from our purposes for the better,
or just deviation because we got lost since the initial dream?

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