Futility Of Discourse

“He had encouraged him to talk to him, although he had always wondered at a certain incoherence, or rather restlessness in his mind, and could not understand what it was that so continually and insistently worked upon the brain of “the contemplative.” They discussed philosophical questions and even how there could have been light on the first day when the sun, moon, and stars were only created on the fourth day, and how that was to be understood.”

-Fyodor Dostoyevsky, The Brothers Karamazov, Pros and Cons, Chapter 6, For Awhile A Very Obscure One

Rant on.

-T

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