|—||A Short History of Decay by Emil Cioran|
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.
…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|