Failing to meet your aim is the original etymology of the word sin, missing your mark and failing to see the suffering caused by our shared being. This is less than ideal for man, kin and the will that binds the two.

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Will Without Reason

Where the willingness is great, the difficulties cannot be great.

- Niccolò Machiavelli (1469-1527)

Will Freeman - A Man a Kin and a planksip® Möbius

Will Freeman - A Man a Kin and a planksip® Möbius

Will Without Reason

Compounded cultural replicators of material means justify our orientation towards a consumptive society void of sustainability. We now require a goal, a telos of sorts to organize the chaotic outcomes of present uncertainties. Failing to meet your aim is the original etymology of the word sin, missing your mark and failing to see the suffering caused by our shared being. This is less than ideal for man, kin and the will that binds the two.  


Niccolò Machiavelli

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