From time to time, I’m responding to various ideas that I think are prime examples of sloppy thinking. Such as:
Of course as soon as you begin to practice something, it’s no longer random.
Dallas Willard offers a better suggestion and a keen observation:
“Practice routinely purposeful kindnesses and intelligent acts of beauty….
“And no act of beauty is senseless, for the beautiful is never absurd. Nothing is more meaningful than beauty.”