I read that “after the fire man has not invented anything else”. It occurs to me that, despite Nietzsche, not much progress has been made after Manicheism either. If you look, although there are those who say that we are neither entirely evil nor entirely good, it is still true that evil involves good, or vice versa, and that the commission of an evil act suggests forgiveness. The comical – or tragic – thing here would be to read this while a meteorite falls on the temple one is in so that someone then manages to forgive the meteorite.
Now, if you are the one who died crushed by the meteorite, who knows how it would be, because the testimonies after death are very few, and half doubtful; well, let’s say you’re not looking for the channel of the resurrected on youtube, ok. On the meteor side there is more fabric, because just like a piece of stone, there are a lot of irrational people who act similarly, and to whom you can study and draw conclusions. The question is on the side of the family and friends of those who died crushed by the meteorite, how they look, who will profit from them.
We come back to the not-so-popular saying that says, “Who will benefit from this? Perhaps it cannot be seen very clearly all at once, but there is a whole industry of guilt, with its corresponding industry of forgiveness, as there is, consequently, an industry of manipulation of guilt and forgiveness, of its commercialization and the entire respective tax chain. Or do you think therapists get their free consultation and Vatican priests shit in latrines in the back yard? Guilt is money.