Snoggus Aurelius pt.3
jazzy on July 6, 2012
“Remember that everything has always been the same and keeps recurring, and it makes no difference whether you see the same things recur in a hundred years or two hundred or an infinite period. Also,
remember that no one loses any life other than the one he lives, or lives any life other than the one he loses. It follows the longest and the shortest lives are brought to the same state. The present moment is equal for all; so what is passing is equal also; the loss thereof turns out to be the merest fragment of time. No one can lose either the past or the future how could anyone be derived of what he does not possess.”
(Meditations, Marcus Aurelius)
This is actually a homage to a wonderful Calvin and Hobbes strip. The Calvin and Hobbes strip is much better than mine. If you don't know which one I am talking about…you should find it. Bill Watterson is a genius. How I miss the funny pages of the 80's.