No one has found a valid goal for history; but everyone has proposed one; and in the pullulation of goals so divergent and so fantastic, the notion of finality has been canceled out and vanishes into a mocking clause of the mind.
A Short History of Decay by Emil Cioran
Landscape with Windmill by Albert Gleizes

Landscape with Windmill by Albert Gleizes

Railway Station by Alfréd Réth

Railway Station by Alfréd Réth

Overlooking the Bay by Juan Gris

Overlooking the Bay by Juan Gris

Flowers by Robert Delaunay

Flowers by Robert Delaunay

The Broken Stone Wall, Connecticut by Wilson Ervine

The Broken Stone Wall, Connecticut by Wilson Ervine

South Shore by Clark Greenwood Voorhees

South Shore by Clark Greenwood Voorhees

…when you live several centuries, you have plenty of time to lose thousands of things. Be thankful for short life…
The Robots of Dawn by Isaac Asimov
Factory at l’Estaque by Raoul Dufy

Factory at l’Estaque by Raoul Dufy

Mid-Ocean by Charles H. Woodbury

Mid-Ocean by Charles H. Woodbury