Yesterday afternoon I was talking to a dear friend and I wanted to blog about something I said before I forgot.
"The thought of man-made order and natural chaos is interesting"
"Created order tends to spark chaos"
"And nature was long before our creation being the original order of things"
"But nature is still viewed as chaotic and erratic when it reclaims things."
Perhaps chaos did not exist until humanity became sentient, to detest the natural order of things, to deny death itself for as long as possible. To be so scared of a perceived chaos that was merely nature acting out as nature, that to have order was to surmount nature- to rebel- but isn't rebellion at the heart of all chaos?