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Sense, Nonsense and the Truth of Madness

August 30, 2012

Things make perfect sense when you’re mad.  Again and again, everything makes sense.  One could say that madness is typified by this: it is only when you return to reality that you lose touch with the sureness and certainty.  Of course, the perfect sense is apparent only to you: others, bound within real life, are too blinkered by their illusion of reality to see the truth.   For the truth is maddening, and only in madness do we truly see it.

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