09 March 2009

The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics...

As I understand it.. The more you fix something the more it falls apart.

Energy decay, etc..

That being said so much energy is spent fixing Lodges. So much of the "new" youthful energy attacking (in a good way), fixing and mending old challenges is expended.

If death is part of life and death is swallowed up by life, should the course of natural events not just take place?

Some lodges shall die and some new shall be born.

Why not create? Why mend? Death is the natural outcome of life.

Are we builders or maintenance engineers?

That's all.