“Order is the pleasure of the reason; but disorder is the delight of the imagination.”

Paul Claudel

This piece suggests that order is the pleasure of reason but disorder is imagination’s delight. An unmade bed could provide better dreams, an after lunch conversation could move on to a love declaration, louder music could trigger an improvised party any night, or a messed up studio could be the begining of a scandalously beautiful idea. The magic of disorder is precisely that maybe, generously, it gives us a chance to mystery and fate.

The magic of disorder is that, perhaps, it generously gives us an opportunity to mystery and destiny.

Sometimes to construct  it is necessary to destroy, to order something it is necessary some disorder, from disorder comes precisely the solutions.

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