Entropy. It’s one of those words that just looks and sounds appealing to me for some reason. On top of that (and prehaps like duende) it’s a word rich in meaning.
You may know about entropy in terms of the second law of thermodynamics, but I’m going to take a broader view. Entropy is often used to refer to the tendency for disorder to increase in a system.
If you’ve looked around my blog at all, you’ve probably noticed my interest in cemeteries. One thing I’ve seen is that entropy even hits our final markers.
Of course, isn’t death itself just another example of entropy?