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Stand your Ground Come Heaven or High Water

Within and throughout this heuristic of resolute *absoluteness* the defiance of certain or extreme odds is somewhat similar to the Jesus fiction, gambler fallacy, and the water walking "miracle" that may or may not float your boat.

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Stand your Ground Come Heaven or High Water

I cannot and will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand, I can do no other, so help me God [Goodness]. Amen [Over and Out].

- Martin Luther (1483-1546)

A Backwards Quarter Million Mile Stairway to the Past - Water Walkers Need Not Apply!

Stand your Ground Come Heaven or High Water

Determination and a faithful form of levitation are one and the same in this metaphor of defensive opposition. Within and throughout this heuristic of resolute absoluteness the defiance of certain or extreme odds is somewhat similar to the Jesus fiction, gambler fallacy, and the water walking "miracle" that may or may not float your boat. [1]

No Escape

Freedom, then, is as freedom does. Stairways to the past are stepping stones towards the future, orientated oceanward this outlooks is fluid, forgiving and filled with the state of flow or flux, take your pick. [2]

Highway to Heaven

Heavenly aspirations are a wet market for fluid comprehension. Contagions aside, the viral nature of a shared sense of prosperity is a pathway worth pursuing. For some, the unilateral intersectionality of one is ideal. Perfectly imperfect, the approach is as good as it gets with the resources we don't want to squander. [3]

BONUS: Be Prepared, Be Very Prepared

The ordered arrangement reduces to the cellular level, this is my Aesthetic claim towards beauty. Appreciation on the other hand, starts with a felt experience and is remarkably different than unambiguous instinctive entities. It is because of our subjectivity that we should appreciate life in her full biodiversity. Ethics and Aesthetics unite from one common origin and who doesn't love an origin story? Can you see what I'm saying? I threw a little a little Metaphyics in for good measure. Martin?[4]


  1. This is further reading on Martin Luther (1483-1546) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diet_of_Worms ↩︎

  2. A nice entry point into Jean-Paul Sartre's famous quote, "Man is condemned to be free; because once thrown into the world, he is responsible for everything he does." https://qr.ae/pNyVjH ↩︎

  3. I am intrigued with the methodology and wordsmithology of Whewell, pronounced You-Well https://plato.stanford.edu/archives/sum2004/entries/whewell/ ↩︎

  4. I can't actually find the following quote from Goethe, "The soul that sees beauty may sometimes walk alone." but this is a good resource; https://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Johann_Wolfgang_von_Goethe ↩︎


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