I saw our hist'ry in a flash of light:
"From this starting point, engage in yes-saying to the life decreed, pursue your ends that seek after the Good, and remember the One, for such is all the duty of Man."
"And hath it not always been so? Man knows not his beginning nor his end!"
The torches in the academic agora began to burn dim after a particularly long lecture, while the Scholar brought his thoughts to a resounding close:
"The vast beyond gazed back into him; still he remained, waiting and watching..."
"What remains? Namely, the whole host of heaven, robed in the array of celestial majesty..."
The following was presented to the esteemed members of the Positive Perspectives Book Club on February 10th, two-thousand and nineteen.
"Witness the fate of traitors to the crown, be they blood relative or sworn enemy!", roared Alcibiades with thunderous command, and his legions cried as one, "All Hail the Red King!"
The following is a continuation of a ten part series on time begun in the post "Time: Its Proper Use." This is the second part of ten.
Here follows the monologue on Heraclitus’ Fragments and Sir Francis Bacon’s Great Instauration.
"Time, the mistress of all great ones, the true wealth of the rich, the fountain of opportunity", says the preacher.
"In the beginning, God spoke in simple, thunderous tones to create the cosmos, both visible and invisible, casting the stars into the sky and bringing life from out the deeps of chaos...."