THE AGE OF MISTRUST AND CHAOS

The Age Of Mistrust And Chaos

Does life make sense?

Is the world one huge cock-up?
Really? A continuous series of cock-ups?

Chaos and mistrust make life complicated,
and this is how we become docile and complicit.

Complicit: condition of being involved with others in an activity that is unlawful or morally wrong. From Latin complicare ‘fold together’ (see complicate).

Complicatefrom Latin complicat- ‘folded together’, from the verb complicare, from com- ‘together’ + plicare ‘to fold’.

The more complicated life is, the more dependent we become. Simplicity is not the same as simplistic; there is always method in the madness.

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