The Crown of Victory


The Crown of Victory
The punctuation mark against all evil rests precisely in that, despite all other disorder it seeks to incite, what it seeks to corrupt continues to exist.
Whatever evils may reside in hell, the most remarkable point about them is that that which is in hell, in fact, still maintains a goodness of its existing in some manner. In short, the rebellion of evil can never, by the very goodness that is the victory of existence, be victorious.
Certainly, there is corruption, there is death, there are all the pains that come with them. But not one of these ills overcomes the very goodness of being of the lives which they afflict

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