On Censorship

Censorship – that is to say, obfuscation, a corruption or removal of information – is schmutz on the lens of the Universe, and a genuine, quantifiable evil. To take a life is also a censorship; to do so removes information from Nature and is therefore a crime against it. The Universe strives only to perpetuate itself, to share its limitless essentiality along all channels and vessels of matter; if we are to call this information by any name, let it be “Light,” and if we are to call the channel by any word, let it be Love. Love will always prevail, as it is the means by which the World goes, and Nature – with unflinching certainty – will always show us the way.

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