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Synchronicity, says Jay Wyszynski to no one in particular. He had just seen two people who looked the same walk into the same travel agency.  For him this coincidence was a symptom of a larger order to which he ascribed the universe, an interconnectedness of all things. He didn't have the courage to ascribe any … Continue reading Crowdss

scholia

The inconclusiveness of theodicies, whether religious or secular, is necessary to allow the possibility of redemption. When sin becomes totally explicable it becomes totally unforgivable. This is the tyranny of absolute rationality, in which redemption is impossible and apology merely an admission of guilt.

scholia

Without death the certainty bestowed by objective, scientific knowledge would be unbelievable. The inevitability of our material decay gives us faith in, if nothing else, material. Thus if science were to discover the secrets to immortality our reaction would be one of ingratitude.