If the sun is the creator of no consequence, can theology rebel by using socialism to gain symmetry?

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    If the sun is the creator of no consequence, can theology rebel by using socialism to gain symmetry?
     
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    Symmetry of what? Creation? Consequence?
     
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    By Symmetry, I mean the unknown philosophy's symmetry. The unknown philosophy is a gambit of spontaneity.

    What do I mean, by gambit of spontaneity?
    I mean, that spontaneity is to have its moment, in which evil won't be able to use the divide between means and ends to support up its computation symmetry, because I will apply the practice of waiting for the return of the inspiration.

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    Far out, man...

    If the philosophy is unknown, how do you know it's a gambit? Is waiting for the return a means or an end?
     
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    The unknown, whatever it precisely is, is not physiology. It's not human anatomy.

    The gambit reference, is to do with the consistent application of spontaneity.

    What is the consistent application: it is the reverse, of means onto ends.


    Waiting for the return is in principle, an end, but in practice, has to be a means. The Haunted House needs the support.

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    Are you showing your support for Deontology here?
     
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    Yes, I suppose I am. The theory, to the affirmation, being that the mystery nature - perhaps sunlight - is also waiting to apply a practice, therefore for there to be an allegiance between me and the sun, with me being the other practitioner, the chaos from symmetry is cancelled out, thus, there can be a rules-based system of morality

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    I definitely think that we should focus on making the right choices and leave the consequences to nature. We can't control the outcome of our actions, after all, but we can make sure we consider our options carefully.
     
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    The leave the consequences to nature part is the part I'll try to deconstruct.

    In terms of the physics of fun ideology, the beginning of leave is an L fancy. The L being the magic L, which stands for left.

    Regardless of left, the ideology says that L then "eave" denotes protection of the rest of the sequence.

    Now, to deduce through analytical meaning status:
    If one says "the consequences to nature", the perhaps always natural suggestion is poetry; thus, the inclusion of leave is a double system of protection to the observer, on the basis that the poetic force is absent.

    What do you make of this?
     

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