Time to choose

I have a softspot for duality, for opposites, contrast. Invariably, regardless of the art or mode of expression, I'm drawn in.

There's a part in Walsch's book that talks about every choice coming down to love or fear—nothing in between. It's not the first time I've heard this, in fact I owe much of my present understanding of these concepts to Keith Raniere, but the manner in which it was delivered stirred up experiences past—enough experiences to get me doodling.

Language can be boiled down to its most essential building blocks. Take the most basic computer language: nothing but zeros and ones. If there were a language behind the universe—creating, morphing, dissolving it—it would be this. At least as humans are concerned, may be that's all there is: love or fear. 

We choose all the time. It's time to choose differently.

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I have a softspot for duality, for opposites, contrast. Invariably, regardless of the art or mode of expression, I'm drawn in.

There's a part in Walsch's book that talks about every choice coming down to love or fear—nothing in between. It's not the first time I've heard this, in fact I owe much of my present understanding of these concepts to Keith Raniere, but the manner in which it was delivered stirred up experiences past—enough experiences to get me doodling.

Language can be boiled down to its most essential building blocks. Take the most basic computer language: nothing but zeros and ones. If there were a language behind the universe—creating, morphing, dissolving it—it would be this. At least as humans are concerned, may be that's all there is: love or fear. 

We choose all the time. It's time to choose differently.