Jekyll and Hyde

The semblance of normalcy in any locale is always a pointer to the existence of some masked absurdity.

Human systems are often binary, having both beauty and ugliness within them. So the notion that space is void of any type of good or evil is, in essence, naive.

The Jekyll-and-Hyde aspects of human nature and existence must never be left unaccounted, particularly, when all you’ve heard about a person, place or thing are good or bad, and not the good and bad.

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