Re: Where Are They Now?
Apr 22, 2007 11:16 AM
by Jacques Mahnich
The end of the text (on the page you posted) is quite hopeless :
"It is strange, desperately strange, and when the thinker has put the
last ounce of himself into his thinking to unravel the mystery, he may
well feel like
An infant crying in the night
And with no language but a cry."
What message are you advertising ? (I may have missed something)
--- In email@example.com, "danielhcaldwell"
> Where Are They Now?
> More than [6,400 million] human beings inhabit this Earth of ours:
> every day . . . 100,000 ['s] of them die and a similar number is
> born. This colossal drama has gone on for tens of thousands of
> years: perhaps for hundreds of thousands, of which history retains
> no record. The endless procession of humanity has come out of the
> unknown, crossed the lighted stage of human life and disappeared
> again into the unknown. . . .
> Each one of these passing millions was a human being with loves and
> fears, hopes and dreams like our own. To what goal and what purpose
> is all this? What has become of this vast procession which has
> disappeared into the past: where are they now?
> Read more at:
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