666=2/3, mind and body without heart. I would even go so far as to say, God only cares about the heart, and hates logic and rationality. As soon as they enter the picture, you've lost your innocence, you're plotting and scheming and eventually you end up with Bill Gates. God loves the retards, make it a T-shirt. Jesus was right.
Last year I had a lengthy email exchange with a physicist who worked on advanced materials for jet engines at Rolls Royce. When I said something to this effect, she said something like "what you refer to as heart ... i.e., love" and I said, no, heart is much more than love. There are different kinds of love anyway. (This lady, a highly educated Brit, is extremely obtuse in many ways). So I gave her a litany of the things I include under "heart," something like
-Humility or lack of pride
-Compassion or mercy
-Perseverance or fortitude
It was put much more eloquently by Nick Cave -
As far as I can see, cancel culture is mercy’s antithesis. Political correctness has grown to become the unhappiest religion in the world. Its once honourable attempt to reimagine our society in a more equitable way now embodies all the worst aspects that religion has to offer (and none of the beauty) – moral certainty and self-righteousness shorn even of the capacity for redemption. It has become quite literally, bad religion run amuck.
Compassion is the primary experience – the heart event – out of which emerges the genius and generosity of the imagination. Creativity is an act of love that can knock up against our most foundational beliefs, and in doing so brings forth fresh ways of seeing the world. This is both the function and glory of art and ideas. A force that finds its meaning in the cancellation of these difficult ideas hampers the creative spirit of a society and strikes at the complex and diverse nature of its culture.