Monday March 4, 2013
The infinity sign: ∞. Is it a symbol for
Originally the Greek word apeiron meant unbounded,
infinite, indefinite, or undefined. It was a negative, even pejorative
word. For the Greeks the original chaos our of which the world was
formed was apeiron. Aristotle thought being infinite was a privation,
not perfection. Pythagoreans didn't like infinity and associated
good with finite and evil with infinite.
Today we undestand ( ∞, the infinity sign) to mean without
limitation or BOUNDARY.
Morally we consider evil to be a lack of boundaries or
limitations on intent and behavior.
Therefore the ∞ can be a symbol to denote evil. The ∞ does sort of look like two vacant
eyes, or eyes vacant of expression; which seems worse in the context of
the evil of this woman whose mind is entangled by
The infinity of lies lies without the
BOUNDARIES of truth.
Tangled web of lies becomes chaos!
It is all in the intent of the user, yes? So if any of
you use ∞ as a tatoo, what are
you saying? Are you saying that you will do anything (for a price
perhaps), or do you have boundaries?