I Met The Devil Last Night
… and the devil’s name was bureaucracy.

Bureaucracy creates the word.
The word becomes interpreted.
Interpretation creates chaos.
The devil laughs at this chaos,
as we become part of his order.
Order out of chaos.

The antidote:
The word is never the truth.
The truth is that which experiences the word.
Interpreters are part of the bureaucracy.
Take nobody’s word for it; use common sense.

Common sense is common to all.
Common sense is pure consciousness,

Bureaucracy”: excessively complicated administrative procedure.

Organisations adhere to procedures and rituals. This binds us all: the word ‘religion’ means to bind.

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  1. tony says:

    “The Devil is in the detail”
    is an idiom that refers to a catch or mysterious element hidden in the details,
    meaning that something might seem simple at a first glance,
    but will take more time and effort to complete than expected, 
    and derives from the earlier phrase, “God is in the detail”
    expressing the idea that whatever one does should be done thoroughly.

    The details are important.

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