the dirty necessity of deconstruction

. Deconstruction is dirty. It was for me anyway. I compare it to growing a garden. You can't pull on the vegetable to make it grow faster. But you can fertilize the plant and remove weeds in order to give it the nutrition and space the vegetable needs to grow on its own. It's the same with deconstruction... the changing of our beliefs and the progression of our spirituality. It often means taking away beliefs. Like renovating a house, there must be deconstruction before reconstruction begins. This is the primary purpose of The Lasting Supper: to provide a place for you to do this, with friends.
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