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The Philosophy of the Great Sin Hunt – Part Eight

Solving a mystery is not important. Having a mystery is.

Author’s Note: The book’s primary intent was to justify human’s subconscious consumption of the infamous Seven Deadly Sins. With its twists and turns that may or may not exist in one’s mind, Philosophy has become the ultimate king.

“I turn to Beethoven to believe that such magic is real. Sometimes, we create our own pain. From it, we create our own art. With it, we create our own purpose in life. Solving a mystery is not important. Having a mystery is. Because in it, life goes on. Life has more meaning. Life is real that way. After all, this world is full of judgmental fools. I’m safe in here.”

“I need my own mystery, too. To make it more fun.”

“Little Danny, promise me something.”

“Sure. What is it?”

“Whatever you do, please don’t hurt other people.”

“Did you hurt a lot of people?”

“Yes, I did. I was evil to them.”

“Like, did you kill someone?”

“No. God, no. Well, almost. But no. I didn’t. I couldn’t. No, of course not.”

“The truth.”

“She killed herself because of me.”


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