But Never Our Folly

by Regis Boff

The paradox of our species is that we understand ourselves to be of some significant value individually no matter how many of us there are.

Then, as almost a pastime, we snuggle to the delusion that the puzzling action of breeding ourselves into extinction is ordained by some God we invent.

Our minds can tackle the universe but never our own folly.

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