“It does not matter now that in a million years nothing we do now will matter.” — Thomas Nagel, The Absurd, The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 68, No. 20 (1971-10-21)
The Art of Being Human
Is it an essay without a premise? And if there are two contradicting premises? What if the arguments follow?
Does absurdity require futility? Is it the unresolvable paradox? Who shaves the barber?
Walt took stock on his birthday, Don boasts he is huge. Does quality exist for contradictions?
Money: Promissory notes, a future promise wanted now.
Having options counts more than choosing one.
The endless quest is more certain. Where do you go once you get there?
You’re only ever half the way there.
No one knows what’s inside a black hole.
Add gravitas, slow time.
Where are you now? And now where are you?