In the second half of season two, restoration of the Systems Commonwealth becomes a much less significant theme.
With the help of Beka, Dylan leads a counter-rebellion on board Andromeda and tries to reach out to Harper, believing he still has good in him.
In other words, does Christianity say to first teach about "the works of the flesh" (the negative) or about the "Fruit of the Holy Spirit" (the positive)?
Thus ethics develops a contradiction, inasmuch as it makes clear both the difficulty and the impossibility.
Let us mock God outright, this is always preferable to the debilitating importance with which one wants to demonstrate the existence of God.
These guides are called repentance and remorse.
Ah, if one looks at people’s lives, one often must say in sorrow: They do not themselves know what powers they have; they more or less keep themselves from finding that out, because they are using most of their powers to work against themselves.
I died dozens and dozens of times in my playthrough, but each time I died I learned how to move a little better, came up with a different attack strategy, and improved the way I approached the game.
With the guidance of Virgil Vox, Beka learns the truth about the Seefra System and locates the mysterious Meethus Diagram, but is left with no clue as to its purpose.
When everything lines up so perfectly like it does in Will of the Wisps, it's hard to pull away.