the septenary (diapholom) wrote,
the septenary
diapholom

self in a fig leaf

rocky bed
        perceived toil to be a protection against
irresolution and passivity. recognized pain as a necessity
which made man aware of the world around him and kept
him from excessive subjectivity. saw death to be that
through which man was rescued from final severance from
the spiritual worlds



[bottomless pit of evil]
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