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Over-reduction Makes The World Harder To "figure"

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Posted by Mikey Pearson on July 18, 2003 17:44:21 UTC

at least that's true for me.
If I can't view nature's complexity as a factor
in why some things appear illogical rather than
paradoxical, I'm lost. Paradox requires logic.
Complexity -- chaos -- may contain parts which are not logically answering to other parts.
This also implies the "karma" idea has limited application. Enormous vistas await us to be explored in eternity, and they do not all proceed from the mistake you made some time ago.
Blessings

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