Parable of the Play-Doh

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Hear this people of the modern west. Our societies are likened unto a child playing with Play-Doh. He opens a number of containers, each one holding a beautiful color. One blue, one black, one green, one red, one purple, one yellow, one orange, one white. Each color is beautiful unto itself. The child begins to make wonderfully colorful creations, which at first look amazing, but as he continues to play, the colors begin to mix, each respective color fading into one. The child is left with a monolithic ugly blob. He that hath ears to hear, let him hear.

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