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Which way does madness find its definition?

Posted by InsideOut on July 25, 2009, at 17:32:52

I have done nothing wrong. I am guilty of nothing. The abuse I endured wronged me

I can reason those words. The logical sense of the words exists but their existence is evanescent. Logic seems to fall, to disappear into the abyss that is being. The split consumes reason before it arrives at my heart, at the center of my being. Which way does madness find its definition? If a delusion is defined as an all-consuming belief in the untrue despite overwhelming evidence to dispute this, then it is that madness entangles delusions that strangles reason. I am not mad. What though when the delusion does not find definition, confirmation in the faculty of reason and so moves to the heart where it finds acknowledgement. I am mad. (I have done wrong. I am guilty.) The sanity of reason then does not (necessarily) negate the insanity of the heart. Which reality prevails , that of the mind or the heart?




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