Why, God, Why

Philosophers sound nervously prophetic. Two thousand years ago, they are going on about how everything is fast-paced, how everyone's running a mindless race and how the next generation thinks out of their arse. They even talk about information overload from other schools of philosophy. Philosopher king Marcus Aurelius was at one point the most powerful … Continue reading Why, God, Why

The end

majestic. oceanic. abstractic. keeps the world afloat. For long, no one cared about finding out the meaning of time. Its use was limited to mechanization. Now, it's turned into a perspective tool. Its vastness and ephemera have become regular reminders of our own unimportance. In the cosmic language of time¬†your life is a grain of … Continue reading The end