We are not yet thinking, Heidegger said.
To think is the attempt to see things whole.
Not to think is to fragment and separate into unrelated pieces.
Eichmann did not think, Arendt said.
Life is vital, moving, progressing.
Evil is moribund, stagnant, regressive.
The banality of evil is permitted by nobodies, Arendt asserts.
Not to completely feel is thinking, E.E. Cummings wrote.
Authentic thinking is thinking/feeling.
Authentic feeling is feeling/thinking.
What do you, think?
What do you, feel?
We do what we are.
What are you, thinking?
What are you, feeling?
Denken ist danken— said Heidegger — to think is to thank.
Is gratitude connected to thoughtfulness?
Don’t be deceived — be with what is revealing itself — looking into, asking “what is this?” — risking one’s life to preserve and protect one another’s life.
What then is evil?
Evil is incomplete, unfeeling, thoughtlessness.
See for yourself.
And your self is all that is.