Balancing Jack…


He can balance whatever you can think of.

Only because he has patience. (1, 2)

Balance sometimes seems nothing BUT inherently “natural”…

Sometimes you need to make great efforts to achieve it…

Could chaos be the natural order of the cosmos?

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PS. And no, I could not help but think that this is just another dogma of modern science, which always analyzes systems based on the assumption that these systems inherently “want” to reach balance…

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