No worries Julie, this is an excellent reflective post!

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“The most dangerous of all falsehoods is a slightly distorted truth.”
― Georg Christoph Lichtenberg

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(bullseye glass/ Galway, Ireland / Julie Cook / 2015)

“All of nature, therefore, is good, since the Creator of all nature is supremely good. But nature is not supremely and immutably good as is the Creator of it. Thus the good in created things can be diminished and augmented. For good to be diminished is evil; still, however much it is diminished, something must remain of its original nature as long as it exists at all. For no matter what kind or however insignificant a thing may be, the good which is its ‘nature’ cannot be destroyed without the thing itself being destroyed. There is good reason, therefore, to praise an uncorrupted thing, and if it were indeed an incorruptible thing which could not be destroyed, it would doubtless be all the more worthy of…

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