It all starts with Creation and Destruction sitting at opposite ends of my spectrum: two peas in a pod. Creation is a finer and more exacting art than Destructruction, purposeful, specific. Non-specific, Destruction requires me to alter a current state of being into another state; any state.
But the two always end up meeting.
Creation is innovation, and innovation requires Destruction of pre-conceived motions and ideas. The process brings repeated dissatisfaction, breeding chronic revenge: in order to mould my lacking conceptions into my final product, I destroy my work over and over again.
Creative thought destroys original thought, and Destruction gradually makes way for my ultimate creation.