Friday, July 13, 2012

Angry Words - part 2

So, I'm listening to Juan José Tamoyo speaking at Clade V (recorded video, some hours later), where he speaks of the utopia as the hope of the theology. And I have to contrast that with the pessimism of feelings of suffering and angry words. That by itself, and as a starting point, frankly, sounds too simplistic and 'out of touch with reality'. I thought I could say that there is a distinction between angry words and indifference. Because angry words can be good. But can indifference be good? In any case, I can't run to say that angry words are good disregarding indifference.

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