Tuesday, March 20, 2018

It's Springtime. So Of Course It's Not The Fall

Nobody seems to have anything good to say about falling into the abyss. 

But if you think about it, the problem with falling from a great height (as has so often been pointed out) is not the fall, but rather, the abrupt stop at the bottom.

Well, the abyss is, by definition, bottomless. That means that, unlike a fall from a great height,  at least the fear of that abrupt stop is allayed. 

Perhaps it's not all bad. 
So, the abyss might have a silver lining but it's dark in here, so I'm not sure.

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