"What is wickedness? It is that which many times and often thou hast already seen and known in the world. And so oft as anything doth happen that might otherwise trouble thee, let this momento presently come to thy mind, that it is that which thou hast already often seen and known." -Marcus Aurelius Nothing new under the sun, for all things of old, of novelty, elapse again and again, over and over, according to Solomon, some thousand years before Marcus Aurelius. Death and life renews again and again, and only perhaps, in Buddhism do we see a common thread each time with a novel twist in terms of reincarnations, but the distinction there is granular, because the particulars, though different, are yet the same. The duality between same and distinct, or new and old, leads us of course, to the great duality that is the Tao, the indefinite distinctive quality of truth. "Begin the morning by saying to thyself, I shall meet with the busy-body, the ungrateful, arrogant, de
Conjugates of the Infinite. behold we now through a "mirror glass darkly..." wayne lee ray, MKL, dr mklhattan, scott clarksdale. "bullet bill", Gary Seven. But one: bull of the woods, now featuring "a helluva vision". Once stuck his hand through a solid wall; unperturbed by solid matter.