January 1, 2002
Philosophy is the gospel of the ideologue whose muse is reality and whose fantasy is the only reality. Yet, the numerous and finite truths combined with the condition of the ideologue present the distinct source for a followed flow. As in twins and snowflakes, no two flows are identical despite similarities in structure. What truth exists is best bent in favor of the ideologue but what absolute truth exists is modified in relation to that flow which must not be diverted. Hence, the muse for whom the fantastical is betrothed to is half the discourse it sought flowing far from.