Before a pit in a cave on Midsummer Eve, Kevin felt called upon to make a leap, to find meaning and power in the sacrifice of self.
He was naked and alone and walking the edges of something lofty and profound and just about done with how terribly portentous everything was. He was all of these things.
People can be that, sometimes.
" “The only true solution,” Lev Shestov once said," he quoted, " “is precisely where human judgement sees no solution.
Otherwise, what need would we have of God? We turn toward God only to obtain the impossible. As for the possible, men suffice.” "
"Or Goddess, in this case," he amended.
"I recognise the Absurd," he said, and he spoke to offer the last of himself to the Goddess and he spoke to the unheeding abyss. It was a sacred mystery and cheap irony.
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