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For every cause the is an effect.  For every effect there must first be a cause. For every antecedent there is a corollary.  For every beginning  there is an end and for every and by every end there is a new effect.

This is as true as when hydrogen meets oxygen and forms water as it is true as when an alcoholic drinks from the bottle and destroys their life.

Weal or woe is normative and bears not at all on the process.  They are inferred as strongly or as weakly as they are implied.  It is barely implied.  The cause for that is human agency.

Naturally, it makes no difference.  Naturally, there is no judgement.  Naturally, it just is.  “B” will always follow “A” — naturally.

In it there is Beauty.