I've been on both sides of "I've been on both sides of the issue".

We want the skills to misinterpret God just as much as He misinterprets us.

Well now I fave stuff without first finishing reading it.

Every year during the month of March a phyle of ragged cyborgs would set camp near the brutalist urban sprawl. With a great uproar of engines and synthetized voices they would display new gadgets and bionic augmentations. First they brought the 'locator'. A heavily modded, old brazillian cyborg with a carbon-nanotube beard and plasteel hands, who introduced himself as Melquíades, put on a public demonstration of what he himself called an old relic from Minas Gerais' military-industrial complex.

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@GenitiveOfOf I (currently) think it involves mirrors reflecting each other and the boundaries between reflections are mirrors too.

Rooted in dynamics. Preserving the ever-changing-ness.
Bringing people together - the work of doing so.
Finishing many things. (Not just starting things, not just collecting things.)

Established defences. An ageing leader, who seems not to be able to express something crucial to the new guard. Stories repeated, possibly futilely. Shift of basic symbols.

We want the skills to misinterpret God just as much as He misinterprets us.

A system of assumptions in place to keep you from questioning assumptions.

The first ay of framing or modeling gains momentum in the form of conceptual evidence.

A no-answer. A forgotten thing. The illusion of social structure. The conceit of finishing tasks.

Making a quest of your suffering.

Focusing longer than you have the heart for.

Too much time doing or planning unsavory or un-centered things, or just un-representative things.

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