• Knowledge forgone shall inherit the future of man, for in man's past all answers have questions.

    Knowledge to come is as great a counting as that of every grain of sand. But only that trapped in a sandstorm with the handsgrasp, as the chaff becomes the questions of history.

    Shall it ever come to pass that the knowing of oneself reveals more than the abundance of the stars. Or shall the thought of those stars blind the answer in plain sight.

    Shall it also come on the deathbead of civilization, that questions are answers and answers mere question, and time a passage like water over a cliff