A Helbrute is a variant of the Chaos Dreadnought that is a twisted mockery of the Space Marine Dreadnought he used to be, combining the firepower of a small main battle tank with the mind of a frenzied psychopath. Each Helbrute holds a living Astartes within its plated metal chest -- a Chaos Space Marine driven over the edge of madness by the never-ending cycle of battle that defines the Long War.
We all have the right to change our story. In fact we have the responsibility to do so if we're unhappy with its outcome. Really we are the only ones who can change it. Instead of holding onto pain we can choose to take responsibility for our part and let it go. Instead of acting from our wounds we can choose to heal them and move forward. It can be convenient when we're stuck in our pain. There's a comfort to our chaos. We know the ins and outs of this feeling because we've been festering…
Bouncing balls in a circle gives one of the simplest systems to exhibit chaos, as was pointed out in a comment by Andrew Moylan. The animation above shows two balls which start off with almost exactly the same speed and location, but before long they are travelling along completely different trajectories. Such high sensitivity to the initial conditions defines chaos.
Impressive what the weather can do- how there is chaos in one place, and peace around it. I wonder how many of us live our lives with the storm brewing inside, but with the fear to move out of it... What are you holding inside? #ProductiveFlourishing