Words are living breathing things - things that can be not only interpreted, but tasted and felt.  They are not flat and ordinary, but rather things with a texture so pronounced that they can be felt by running your fingertips upon them. Good writing should be held in your hand and turned over and around and analysed like a curious object.

"Creation occurs not in perfection, but in the gap between perfection and imperfection. Perfection is the enemy of creation. If reached, it would stop creation, because creation would be irrelevant. Creation actually depends on an inability to reach perfection. Maybe God does not want a perfect world, or a definite plan or purpose, because he knows that would put an end to his creating." 
"Guilt With a Twist" by Lawrence H. Staples PH.D.

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