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Changes in man's society always come from the botttom, not the top--changes in economics, politics, or religion, or the earth--because the top does not want to change; it always wants to be on the top. But if they try to seal the pot to preserve the status quo, they cannot, and the pot will explode and destroy because of the fire. There must be this continual change; otherwise there would be stagnation.
There must be this constant circulation or there would be total stagnation and corruption, because that which is at the top is the first to ferment, to sour, to rot, and that which is on the bottom is full of dregs, which if allowed to accumulate would solidify and clot the circulatory process, and that which is on the top would become scum and froth.
There must be constant change and constant stirring and constant circulation to prevent stagnation--either by fire or by sword. Karl Marx was right, this world must change in the dialectics of its materialism in which nothing is permanent, but he was short sighted and did not foresee the unchangeable eternity of the spiritual world which will never change.
Ted Rudow III, MA