And yet it doesn't matter that he's all in bits .The whole is disorganized , but each individual fragment in order , is a representative of an Higher Order . The Highest Order prevails even in the disintegration . The totality is present even in the broken piece . More clearly present , perhaps , than in a completely coherent work . At least you aren't lulled into a sense of false security by some merely human , merely fabricated order .You have to rely on your immediate perception of the ultimate order . So in a certain sense disintegration may have its advantages . But of course it's dangerous , horribly dangerous . Suppose you couldn't get back , out of the chaos !
-Aldous Huxley , The doors of perception-