Friday, October 28, 2005

Comparative Platypus

Marcus Aurelius:
"Ceaseless flux and change make boundless eternity ever young."

Taoism:
"The way that can be named is not the eternal way, which is inconstant."

Goethe:
"Thy works unfathomed and unending proclaim the first day's splendor still."

Tennyson:
"Let the great world roll forever down the ringing grooves of change."

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