posted on Apr, 12 2011 @ 03:33 AM
reply to post by kid_cudi
Absolutely agree with you there. Of course, it has long been my understanding that part of denying ignorance means exposing the guts of the the beast
which is human evil , to the air, letting the steam rise, and reading the vapours as they float up from the cooling corpse, figuratively speaking.
But I understand that along side the darkness, despair, suffering and evil that we observe as a part of that duty, there must also be beauty and
glory, for without these influences, our understanding of mankind, the planet on which we live, and the galaxy in which it hangs, would be thoroughly
In this particular instance, I am impressed by several things. First and foremost amongst them would be the wonderment at seeing what amounts to the
veins and capillaries of the world from the inside. The people who plumbed these depths, are effectively standing inside what was once, and may be
again, the blood vessels of the world, the very system by which its heart blood reaches the surface, and makes the world anew over the generations.
Just the mere thought of that is an utterly awesome prospect, and I would imagine that actualy being there would rock a man to his core.